Lewis Green, Founder and Managing Principal of L&G Business Solutions, LLC, (http://www.l-gsolutions.com) brings three decades of business management experience. L&G Business Solutions, LLC, represents his third company. Additionally, he held management positions with GTE Discovery Publications, Puget Sound Energy and Starbucks Coffee Company.
In addition to his business experiences, Lewis is a published author and a former journalist, sports writer and travel writer. His feature articles have appeared in books, magazines and newspapers throughout North America. He has taught in public schools; lobbied for organizations both in state capitols and in Washington, D.C.; delivered workshops, seminars, and training programs; and made presentations to audiences in colleges, businesses and professional organizations. Lewis also has served as a book editor with a large publisher, the Executive Editor overseeing four magazines, and a newspaper department editor. Lewis served eight years in the U.S. Air Force, where he received the Air Force Commendation Medal.
Ramblings of an Old Dude about Gadgets,
15 Jan 2007 in Featured Posts
The iPhone and and the overwhelming attention given to its introduction leads me to wonder: Are we becoming less human as we gravitate more and more toward gadgets…?
Is the cell phone better for humanity now that its multi-faceted features allow …
Give Contemplation A Chance,
11 Jan 2007 in Featured Posts
Recently I found myself in a contemplative mood. Not unsual, as I try to think within myself daily. However, what brings me to this writing is that my friend David Armano finds himself in a similar place. In We Are Fragile, David writes: “But today I…
Reasons to Believe in Marketing,
08 Jan 2007 in Featured Posts
Foolish you. If you won’t listen to “who’s he to tell us” guys like me, at least take a hint from the famous Mr. Peter Drucker, who said, Business has only two functions — marketing and innovation….
Still not convinced? Then check this out.
Join the 1 Percenters and Risk Success,
02 Jan 2007 in Featured Posts
I don’t want to steal thunder from our upcoming initial MarketingProfs Book Club discussion, to be led by CK, but I need to borrow from the book for this post. So, instead of stealing thunder, maybe this discussion can catch lightning in a bottle and…
When You Look in the Mirror, What Do You See?,
26 Dec 2006 in Featured Posts
The face of many brands. That’s right. You are the face of your business, whether owner or employee; the face of your image, whether mom or dad, friend or foe; the face of your volunteerism, whether a museum or a cause….
Although there are except…
What Really Drives Brand Success,
21 Dec 2006 in Featured Posts
I want to share two personal experiences that provide simple examples of the face of a Brand–the first positive, the second negative….
One of my jobs at Starbucks was Manager Internal Communications. One day I received a call from a vice pr…
It’s A Brave New World,
19 Dec 2006 in Featured Posts
Why are we bloggers so desperate for attention? Why do we go giddy when the traditional mass media takes notice? Are we so insecure that we need others to validate what we do? And why did I break every rule of good writing by starting my post with…
You Can’t Do This Stuff,
12 Dec 2006 in Featured Posts
Dear Martin: I am sure you worked hard and had the best interests of America West foremost in mind, but this is just wrong, buddy. You can’t do this stuff….
What’s more, suing the airlines doesn’t make you the brightest bulb on the tree. See, whe…
Treat Your Soul to a Rant or a Rave,
07 Dec 2006 in Featured Posts
Rants and raves are good for the soul. They free our spirits. And like my cat Emily, such freedom makes me run around the house feeling good about myself. So without further ado, here are my rants and raves. Feel free to add your own….
Welcome to the World of Art: It’s Not Science,
05 Dec 2006 in Featured Posts
Some friends and I spent all day and evening in NYC. Mostly we went to visit MOMA, but of course no trip is complete without visiting Rockefeller Center to join the hordes around the christmas tree and skating rink. And then onto Times Square for a…