Author Archives: Rebekah Bibee

You Suck At Communicating

You Suck At Communicating

Before you take this personally, you need to know that Inc Magazine published an article titled, “Costs of Poor Communication Reach $37 Billion.” Actually, maybe you should take this personally. And before you ask if this is real life, (which it is) read what they wrote: “According to a Holmes (a voice of the global […]

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Event Management + Programming

Event Management + Programming

The majority of our projects are from event management + programming clients. According to Wikipedia, event management is the application of project management to the creation and development of large-scale events such as festivals, conferences, ceremonies, weddings, formal parties, concerts, or conventions. While that is most certainly true, at The Idea, Inc. we specialize in […]

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Accountability Administration + What That Means For You

Accountability Administration + What That Means For You

Accountability ac·count·a·bil·i·ty /əˌkoun(t)əˈbilədē/ noun the fact or condition of being accountable; responsibility. At The Idea, Inc., we pride ourselves on being able to “get shit done.” We identify as doers. Do-gooders, even. We’re the driving force that spins your ideas into gold. And by gold, we mean good. Real actionable good with real, measurable results. From […]

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Do You Need Idea Management?

Do You Need Idea Management?

The Idea, Inc. has four main services: Idea Management Administration Accountability Event Management + Programming Marketing + Communications Campaign We define idea management as the following: Everything begins with an idea. But everything ends with inaction. Our team bridges that gap with research, structure, and a clear path to your goal. And that’s when the […]

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The Client Kick-Off Meeting

The Client Kick-Off Meeting

Problem: According to Capterra, “a lack of clear goals is the most common factor (37%) behind project failure, according to executive leaders.” Solution: The client kick-off meeting. Having a client kick-off meeting can make or break the project and provides the opportunity to create goals, boundaries, purpose, roles, and deadlines. Here are 5 tips and […]

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Stop Being a Martyr

Stop Being a Martyr

First, it’s not healthy.  Second, it’s not productive. Third, yesterday (and last Tuesday of every January) was National Plan A Vacation Day. Storytime: Last week I went to New Orleans for the first time! I had taken off Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. It was a blast, but I definitely did my “checking in” by deleting […]

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2018: A Year in Review

2018: A Year in Review

Happy 2019! This year, I am doing an audit. An official inspection of an individual’s accounts – the ‘accounts’ being my life. Here are some questions that I stole from our client agenda meetings at The Idea, Inc, a couple life coaches I know, and the hubs: What worked about last year? What didn’t work? What […]

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