Junction 32 Blog

You're Creative (Even When You Don't Feel Like It)

Julianne Kim November 9, 2017
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Have you ever sat at your desk, trying to force yourself to think creatively, and your mind was coming up with nothing?

Yeah, me too.

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Cat Herding: A Personal Perspective on Working with Visionaries & Creatives

Joanna Easley November 2, 2017
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Have you ever heard the phrase “herding cats”?


Normally it’s delivered with sarcasm, an eye roll, and a knowing laugh from those listening.


I play the role of cat herder for Junction 32; but, I say that with affection and you’ll read why.

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Living in the Middle: Creative Content That Converts

Julianne Kim September 20, 2017
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I’ve always lived in the middle.


In my writing courses at college, I felt more business-minded and bottom-line driven then my creative and artistic classmates. In business courses, I felt way too creative for the black and white world of numbers and data. I thought the middle was a bad place to be. I thought the middle meant that I had no real speciality. Thankfully, as I’ve refined my passion and skills for content marketing, I’ve learned this: Living in the middle is my greatest strength.

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The More You Know: An Analyst's Perspective on Digging Into Data

Emily Lange September 18, 2017
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They say “knowing is half the battle.” I’m not entirely sure who “they” is, but I believe they are onto something. As a business analyst for Junction32, I have the opportunity to dig into the data to draw conclusions about what’s working and what isn’t to help organizations make better decisions based on the facts. I love getting to constantly learn new things, both about the businesses I’m striving to help and about how I can do my job better to further leverage the data for maximum impact. The more I know, and the more the business knows, the more we can use that information for continuous improvement.

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