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"Writing lets me reach a big audience, and I work to make my writing readable, understandable, and engaging for every one of you. Some of the topics are about sales, some are about leadership, and some are about technology. All are about people, and improving performance." Dana's body of work includes more PowerPoints than he cares to admit (none of which are shared here!), along with a large body of well researched and well articulated business articles.

Dana publishes to LinkedIn, is evaluating a second article distribution platform, and is currently working on a book deal.

September 22, 2016

In I Worked with Carlos Danger, Part II, Dana Love writes about the increasingly easy access to hacked information onthe Deep Web, continuing the conversation about "digital debris." The debris is the remains of your online life, particularly challenging if you're a politician, an executive, or a public figure.

September 9, 2016

Staying anonymous is increasingly impossible. What Dana terms digital debris (the remains of all your searches and emails and purchases and more) is all too easily available. Read I Worked with Carlos Danger, Part I to see how it impacted public figures from across the world.

August 29, 2016

Thank God it's Friday! For two decades, Dana didn't really understand what this meant. Read How Bad Culture and Communication Helped Me Understand "Thank God It's Friday!", and article picked up by LinkedIn editors to be on their front page, to get Dana Love's take on why this is a warning sign for business leaders.

August 8, 2016

How're things in your office? Do you have a "the meetings will continue until morale improves" sign on your wall? How Bad Can It Get? is an article where Dana discusses how a lack of oversight and an abundance of wealth cause bad behavior to flourish.

April 12, 2016

When Verizon's Cyber Security Team Gets Hacked, Who Is Safe? (Hint: the answer is probably not you.) This expose describes the ongoing threat digital intrusion represents to both individuals and companies.

April 4, 2016

Process is sometimes called a hurdle and sometimes used as a crutch. Done well, it can benefit a small business tremendously, but small business typically gets it wrong. Read Leadership: Progress Over Process, Process Over Chaos for Dana's thinking on process.

March 30, 2016

In an article picked up by LinkedIn's editors for their front page, Dana Love describes that what you're thinking is increasingly a matter of science, not science fiction. Read What You’re Thinking: Emerging Applications for Emotion Analytics and get ready for a wild ride!

March 10, 2016

Why do Marketers Struggle With Analytics? Dana Love poses the question, then answers it with a blend of marketing, data analytics, and leadership experience that is unique in the market. He talks about how the line between IT and Marketing is beginning to blur.

March 7, 2016

The readiness gap is growing! America produces students woefully unprepared for a college education, leaving the students and the colleges scrambling to bridge the gap. Read Dana's article titled Mind the Gap: Just How Disconnected is College Readiness Today? to learn about his thinking on the subject.

January 31, 2016

If you're in sales, a sales leader, or are counting on the sales team to perform, Dana's article on Sales Leadership: Keep Your Forecast From Being Crushed is for you! How do you manage your top sales performers?

November 4, 2015

Four Common Social Marketing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them is Dana's take on what companies do poorly when looking at social media. All four are easily, almost trivially fixed, so read the article and if you have one, fix it!

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How companies talk about Dana is similar. Whether he works as a board member, an executive, or a consultant, Dana Love adds practical experience, a cheerful personality, and a strong work ethic to your organization. Some of Dana's mentions in the press include:

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