Member Since July 2022
Raised and attended schools in Missouri. Traveled and worked across Europe and the Middle East and began working in the publishing industry before the internet was invented; enjoys both worlds. Lives in St. Louis, MO, married, has a great dog named Beau. Entrepreneur at heart, loves to share, invent, is creative, learns and hopes to always be a positive influence on all he touches.
Let’s look at aspects of traditional but mostly digital publishing—how to succeed with your dreams, ideas and goals while achieving results that reflect your efforts.
A true commitment to DEI requires more than hiring a diverse group of workers. In recent years, many companies have made public commitments to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace. They've taken stock of their workforce, revamped their recruiting and hiring practices and worked to ensure their employees represent a wide range of backgrounds and life experiences. While making diverse hires is a good first step, that alone is not enough to show your workforce and the public that diversity, equity and inclusion are embedded in your company's values. Follow the advice of these Rolling Stone Culture Council members to ensure you are putting DEI into practice in every facet of your company culture and operations.
Gaslighting in any form is mental abuse, and you are not required to put up with it from anyone.
Artificial intelligence isn't out of reach for a small-business budget — you just need the right knowledge and strategies. Artificial intelligence (AI) is a technology that many people already use in their everyday lives, from facial recognition and social media filters to voice assistants. AI is also extremely beneficial to businesses, as it can save a lot of time and money while improving overall business decisions. Some AI-based business services can come at a high cost, but you don't have to break the bank to use this ever-evolving technology to its full business potential. Below, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council members share how small businesses with limited budgets can still leverage AI without hiring programmers or bothering with big data.
Artists and musicians devote themselves to their craft as if it's their born duty, embodying the mindset: I must play music or else I will not exist.
Really Big Coloring Books® Inc | ColoringBook.com
Really Big Coloring Books®, Inc., headquartered in St. Louis, MO. A multi-national company providing quality adult and children’s teaching and learning tools, coloring book products for over three decades and publishes music. The company owns more than 1500 coloring book and music related domain names in several countries. A leader in children's publishing and the coloring book industry. The company holds membership in professional and trade organizations including The Missouri Press Association, System for Award Management for the U.S. Govt. (SAM), SAGE, ASI, and PPAI, The International Book Publishers Assoc. (IBPA) and other industry leading groups. The company is a Member of the Library of Congress Copyright Office in book and music publishing.