Ways to Enjoy the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya With White House Marketing

The team at White House Marketing has worked extremely hard this year, and our organization has enjoyed great success as a result. To reward the effort that has gone into our accomplishments, we are excited to send a select group of people to the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya for the all-inclusive Rest and Relaxation Retreat in 2015.

Built on the pristine Punta Venado Beach, this expansive resort takes extravagance and pampering to rock-star levels. Along with the exotic location, here are a few other things to enjoy while we’re there.

  • Sensational Feasting: There is a different culinary theme at each of the 12 different restaurants, and six different lounges to relax in before or afterward (or both).
  • Outstanding Indulgence: Enjoy golf courses, shopping, and a fitness center, then a massage when you’re done. There are 75 different spa treatment rooms, including hydrotherapy and steam therapy.
  • See Breathtaking Sights: The area in which we’re staying is rich in history, with the ancient city of Chichen Itza and the Pyramid of the Sun both within an easy drive.
  • A Little Slice of Heaven: For adults only, Heaven is an exclusive section of the resort that takes relaxation and luxury to a higher level.

Recognition, team building, and travel opportunities are important parts of our culture at White House Marketing. Our team is world-class, and we look forward to sending our leaders to the Rest and Relaxation Retreat in 2015. Everyone is working hard for the chance to spend a weekend at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya.

White House Marketing is Happy, Here Are Five Ways You Can be Too








We all have a different set of goals in life. Some people seek money, some seek fame, some seek power, and some seek something completely different. However, there is one thing that everyone wants out of life: happiness. Unfortunately being happy doesn’t always just happen. The White House Marketing team has compiled the following list of secrets to happiness that we use ourselves, every day.

Seek New Experiences: It is hard to feel happy when you feel stuck. Routine and monotony lead to boredom. If you are always searching for new and exciting experiences, you will be more likely to find things that make you happy.

Force Yourself to be Positive: You probably don’t realize how much control you have over your own feelings. By simply reminding yourself to think positively, you will soon find each day seeming a little brighter.

Nurture Your Relationships: Humans are a naturally social species. We enjoy, and in many ways need, regular interaction with others. Although you shouldn’t maintain detrimental relationships, you should make sure to nurture relationships with people who make you happy. After all, being able to share your journey with others is always fun.

Look for Meaning and Pursue It: Whether you’re the type of person who finds fulfillment in your career, with your family, in religion, or in some other way, it is important to recognize this and pursue meaning. If you’re in a job you dislike and have always dreamed of a different career, it is worth investing the time to pursue that dream.

Help Someone In Need: Altruism can help to satisfy both our social and fulfillment needs. It is hard not to feel good when you spend time help someone less fortunate. Try to regularly find time to help someone who needs it.

Everyone wants to be happy. At White House Marketing, we have realized that happiness is in our reach if we actively seek it. Use these five tips and you can start making yourself happy too.

White House Marketing Discusses Four Tips For Impactful Public Speaking

Personal interactions are the cornerstone of White House Marketing’s business. So if you walk into our office, chances are you’ll find quite a few strong speakers. Unfortunately, this skill doesn’t come naturally for everyone. So, we’ve identified these four tips that can help make you a more impactful speaker:


  1. Before You Speak, Think About Your Audience: Before you say anything, you should be sure to understand your audience as well as you can. The best speeches and presentations are always tailored for the people listening to them. You can’t do this unless you first spending time analyzing those people. Be sure to ask yourself who they are and why they will be interested in what you have to say. From there, focus what you say on the parts that are most engaging for your audience.


  1. Hook Your Audience From the First Word: This may seem obvious; and frankly, it is. However, it isn’t something you should take for granted. The first couple of minutes of your presentation are crucial. You should spend the most time considering your first few words to ensure that they will immediately make your audience interested in listening to the rest of your speech.


  1. Always Include a Solution: In every speech or presentation, you should be addressing a problem that is relevant to your audience. Always make sure that you are offering a solution to that problem during your speech. This is the crux of persuasive speaking.


  1. Ask Your Audience to do Something: Every presentation should include a call to action for your audience. If your speech has made an impact, they should be inspired to take some sort of action. However, if you neglect to tell them what you want them to do, you will be missing a significant opportunity.


At White House Marketing, we have repeatedly leveraged these public speaking habits to our benefit. Keep these four ideas in mind when you are writing your next speech or presentation. Hopefully you will find that you are far more impactful and persuasive.

White House Marketing Discusses Productivity, Time Management

The White House Marketing team is an extremely energetic group. One of our favorite topics of conversation around the office is productivity hacking. We have all tried a variety of different tips and tricks to get more done in a day; some of which have been very useful, others not as much. Interestingly the most universally effective productivity secret we have found is also one of the simplest: work on the most important tasks during your most productive hours.


This is based on the fact that everyone naturally has a certain period in the day when they are their most productive. When and how long this time is varies from person to person; but we all have that point in the day when we get the most done. It is only logical to focus on our highest-leverage tasks during this period. That way we can be super productive when working on more impactful work, and save the other stuff for the rest of the day.


Unfortunately, identifying that certain time of day is not the easiest thing to do. We’ve found that there are a few steps that you can take to efficiently map out your productivity flow throughout the day. The first trick to this process is choosing a relatively light day; if you try to identify your most productive hours on a day when you have no time to rest, you won’t have the necessary control over your schedule.


The next step is extremely simple: keep track of what you do in a day and how you feel while doing it. With that data in hand, start to analyze the patterns. You should begin noticing times when you feel in the groove and get a lot done. Once you’ve identified the best time, use them to accomplish your most important tasks for the day.


If you are still struggling to find you most productive hours, try asking others for their observations of your flow throughout the day; they may notice something that you haven’t. If you take advantage of these tricks, you can greatly increase your productivity each day.

White House Marketing, Inc., Introduces Five CEOs With Good Advice for Small Businesses

White House Marketing, Inc., gives you the opportunity to learn by example. Here are the best tips from five successful CEOs for small businesses seeking growth and success.


1. Robert Reid of Intaccct Corporation: Hold People Accountable


Robert Reid recommends giving each team member quarterly goals consistent with the company mission. Check in, have meetings, and discuss these objectives to hold them accountable to these standards.


2. Shane Robison of Fusion-io: Dispose of Your Ego


Robison believes that micromanaging team members and working from a perception of self‑absorption fails miserably. The better way to approach your team is to respect their expertise and grant them discretion while also being there to provide guidance. Management is not about you. It is about encouraging a team to produce the best results.


3. Chau Nguyen of Campus Special: Hire Talent and Delegate to Them


Even as a CEO, you do not know everything. Nguyen recognizes the expertise of his talent and defers to them. Hire the best people and most of your work will already be done.


4. Keith Krach of DocuSign: Embrace Enthusiasm


Your product will not pass muster with the consumer market unless it excites you. Krach believes business owners and leaders must follow their passion and let their energy be contagious. Team members will believe in you and consumers will want to learn more about your product.


5. Anthony Bruce of APT: Hire Compatible People


Bruce recommends finding people who will work well in a team. Excellence can be overshadowed with negativity quickly if a team member does not get along with others.


Allow these tips to inspire you to find the best in your business today. The advice offered by these CEOs reminds you to put your business first. Doing so will enable you to hire the best people and maintain your passion for your objectives.

White House Marketing, Inc., Shares Four Tips to Make That Conference Count

Removing yourself from behind the virtual wall of your digital network is often intimidating. However, White House Marketing, Inc., sees conferences as networking and learning tools you cannot replicate easily. Make conferences work for you with these four tips.


1. Define Objectives


Know what you want from the conference. This will be a big outlay of time and money and if you cannot define your objective, it may be worth skipping. Know your goals ahead of time whether it is to get a specific message across or network with a particular group of people.


2. Bring the Right People


Bring people with a vested interest in doing well at the conference. If you have team members who are simply not enthusiastic, let them stay home to run the office. People who are interested in attending and ready to make new connections are the best to accompany you and help spread your company’s message.


3. Design a System to Track Your Connections


Use a spreadsheet or other tool to track who you talk to and how to reach them. Add a few details so you can remember them better. You will like meet hundreds of people and you want a system to keep them all straight.


4. Follow Up After the Event


Send thank you notes to participants. Ask to connect through social media, whether that is LinkedIn or Facebook; keep the momentum of the connection going and help it evolve to something more significant for your career.


With a good plan, a conference can be very productive if you can avoid social pitfalls. Attend that conference with specific goals and be prepared to meet new people. That winning formula will make the time and money a good investment.


White House Marketing, Inc., Shares Their Secrets to a Great Business Card

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White House Marketing shares four different ways to create the best business card for your business.

If You Are All Business

Keep it minimalistic but make it an extension of who you are. Remember less is more. Modern and clean make you look more professional. Avoid putting social media on the card, since you’re all about the business.

If You Are Trying To Break The Ice

The business card shouldn’t be a a far extension of who you are. They should be conversation starters. Also, remember to use humor as your ally. Use the business card to make sure people remember you versus your business.

If You Want To Showcase Your Work

This pertains highly to designers, photographer, or other visual creative, your cards are your portfolio. A good idea would to put your Instagram feed on the back of the cards. This helps drive more people to a particular social media that highlights the designs.

If You Want To Show Off Your Aesthetic

Entice someone with your business card, make it unique. Always think of your business card as a tiny piece of art and use it as a walking billboard. Just remember, don’t feel the pressure to get your design to sum up everything about your business, use it as an introduction.

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White House Marketing, Inc., Reflects on Workplace Innovation

Every business claims to want innovation but White House Marketing, Inc., frequently finds that sometimes it is unintentionally discouraged. To keep a flow of new and creative ideas, your office needs to provide the right environment and managers need to be prepared to embrace change.

Innovation requires change and risk-taking. Both these aspects can be terrifying for those in leadership who likely succeeded under a different set of rules. Rather than perceive change as a threat, accept that all things change—trends, market forces, consumer preferences, and even the nature of the available workforce. Fighting these changes will not help your business evolve. Accepting them as reality and finding the best way to make innovation work for your office will support growth.


Additionally, you should develop a structure within your workplace that allows team members to share new ideas. Put aside time for special meetings where everyone discusses what does and does not work and their perceptions on how to improve. Pay attention to emails from workers that suggest other outcomes. Remember to respond to them and do not just put them aside as a low priority. Team members who do not feel like you listen to them are unlikely to share their ideas and may take them to another firm.


What’s more, leadership is also necessary for innovation to thrive. Maintain a combination of creative people, processes, and focus. Listen to feedback and do not become defensive. Criticizing a process that seems inefficient is not the same as feedback on your leadership skills or personality.


Finally, an innovative workplace is one of open communication. It allows dialog between leaders and their teams. It respects the experience of others. The best way to promote new ideas is to build an environment where they are welcome.

White House Marketing, Inc., is Removing This Word From Our Vocabulary

White House Marketing, Inc.,’s team is refraining from the word failure this month. During one of our studies we found more successful business leaders do not use this word.

By removing the word failure from our vocabulary we can see a brighter future and a higher success rate for our team and business.  The word itself makes a lot of us want to crawl in a ditch and that does not help anyone succeed. By using the word as a crutch it can also hinder the progression of our team in the company.

White House Marketing, Inc.,’s team would like to go the whole month of July without using failure as a crutch. Can you?

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White House Marketing, Inc.,’s Team is Making Important Investments

The team at White House Marketing, Inc., believes in the importance of setting ourselves up for success. In order to do so, we must invest in our future. We are investing in 10 things to help boost our lives well into our 30s.


Gym membership: In the U.S. we end up spending $2 trillion annually on healthcare expenses. In order to help save ourselves money, time and our health, we are going to invest in a gym membership, just $10 will do.


Three bottles of good wine: Wine is a great thing to invest in, not only does it come in handy while hosting dinner parties but it can be traded on the Wine Stock Exchange, thus making you money as well.


Kiva: Kiva is a non-for-profit microfinance organizations that allows anyone to loan  money to third-world-businesses enterprises. The minimum investment is $25 and you are helping businesses around the world grow.


Social media strategy: A recent study shows that 18 to 34-year-old Americans spend on average 3.8 hours a day on social networking websites. Might as well make this platform into something worth money.

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