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Keep brands creative in 2011

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John Ludwig
John Ludwig

As 2010 concludes, I'm filled with a sense of accomplishment. Not simply personal, but with our business, our clients, our families, our creative work — we've come a long way this year.

And as a new year approaches, it's important to not spend time relishing in the accomplishments of the past, but rather prepare yourself to do it all over again, only better. When 2011 arrives, come to the table with fresh energy, new ideas and, most importantly, a recharged creative battery.

Knowledge is power, but creativity is potential. Potential to do something that's never been done, seen, thought of. And with the two, you can't go wrong. Part of the foundation of Push is that our employees are not only smart and strategic, but we're all creative — yes, everyone. Though we spend so much time focusing on research and strategy, we must always remember that our goal is to present the brand in the most creative way possible.

Next year, make your brands stand out like you never have before. Impress your clients with your knowledge and your creativity, power and potential. Stop reading this and start recharging! Happy Holidays and good luck in the New Year.

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