Eddy Paul


Serving as a Professor of Cross-Cultural Communications, a Director of Marketing and Communications for organizations with a global presence, and in a Program Developer's capacity in his career, Eddy has gained a working knowledge of how to navigate the intersection of organizational goals with inbound marketing strategies. Along the way, he has also built, managed, and inspired diverse teams and creative leaders.

In this forum, Eddy shares the highs and lows of building a successful organization and hopes that his insights on these lessons learned can help you to have a greater impact while achieving organizational goals.

Finding the Latest Tips and Strategies for Your Business in an Inbound World

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March 29, 2020

With a majority of American employees forced to either work from home or stay isolated this can present a number of challenges for business owners or business leaders. However, there are some who have found a way to thrive.

April 19, 2019

Far too often in my career, I would take the advice of coworkers who advised me to “wait my turn” or to “take my time” because the C-level executives would never want to hear from someone who's only been at the company for a few months.

For years I thought this was how...

April 13, 2019

In business, non-profit and for-profit alike, it is important to understand 3 major keys to getting employees to “trust the process” especially if you are going through a time of losing.

Each year I witness several NBA basketball teams who eventually come to the realiza...

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