The Importance of Reflection

In a world where we are constantly plugged in and connected it’s sometimes nice to take a digital detox and get some fresh air. After leading the social media team for the Business Marketing Association’s annual global conference in Chicago, I decided to enjoy some of the beautiful weather outside. ( A proper post with insight into the #BMA14 to come shortly!).

I find some of my greatest inspiration and ideas come while wandering around with no place to be and no plan or meetings tying me down. I’m excited to get back to work with my new outlook from my conference this week, but also to enjoy this beautiful day in Chicago!

By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest. – Confucius

What inspires you? Tweet me @marissapick and let me know!

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Published by marissapick

As a marketing professional with over a decade of experience, I understand what it takes to meet the needs of targeted audiences and how to utilize feedback to conduct new digital campaigns and strategies. I have a passion for digital marketing and the overall communications field because it is an effective tool for connecting people. I'm a self-proclaimed "foodie" and obsessed with great wine and red velvet cupcakes. I'm an avid sports fan (go yankees!) and a total shopping addict and my biggest pride and joy are my two sons Lucas and Reid. I love to travel the world, and reflect and share insights with you on this blog, hope you enjoy!

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