Benj Miller


Benj Miller
Founder
You know that feeling when you don’t have the words to explain something that makes so much sense to you? Benj created eyespeak for people just like you. He has built an exceptional team that leads and challenges clients in discovering and communicating their uniqueness. Benj strongly believes the power of this team has a lot to do with our clients' success. Under his leadership, eyespeak has been recognized with awards for being among both the healthiest and overall best places to work in Atlanta.
One of the awesome benefits to starting/running a business in current times is the ability to purchase products on a SaaS basis to manage systems, process and communication. A few people have asked about our SaaS-Stack lately, so here is a list of our products we use… Email/Cal/Docs // Google Apps: http://www.google.com/a Accounting // Quickbooks Online: http://quickbooks.intuit.com/online/...
The other day I had a couple of BIG questions floating around my brain. They were consuming a lot of mental energy and becoming a distraction from the mission at hand. In a conversation with my coach I assumed he would tell me both of these questions were a waste of time. I was wrong,...
I have boys who are two and four years old at home. They are full of energy and curiosity. I am fascinated with the questions they ask as they seek to learn the world around them. Often their questions lead me to consider the silliness of some of our answers. Sometimes things evolve without our stopping to understand, evaluate or reconsider....
A week ago I was introduced to Spikeball from a tweet and couldn’t help checking it online. After about three minutes on their website I said out loud, “I want one.” Within another minute I bought one through Amazon. When it showed up at my door, it was interesting how crappy it was. The ball is one...
Valuating a company is a tricky thing. In most cases you start with a multiple of sales (revenue) or net income. It gets a bit more interesting when you enter future contracts, partnerships and, of course, intellectual property. Then comes into play the idea of “goodwill.” This is where the identity (brand) of a company come in...
Yo, I need some help. My reading list is out of control. Which of these should I skip or move to the top of the list? What am I missing? How to Win at the Sport of Business: If I Can Do It, You Can Do It by Mark Cuban The Road Trip that Changed the...
All of us mortal types wrestle with temptation. My coach pointed out the other day that Jesus himself was always tempted through His identity. You could be this, if You do this one thing. I will make You this, if You do this one thing. You will have this status, if You do this one thing....
Crossfit has expanded to a huge, global community over the past five years.  That expansion has also fueled the already intense competitive nature you hear everyone talk about in their gym or box.  If you visit crossfit.com (the HQ site for daily workouts), you’ll find threads of people posting their best times and talking the...
I see the world though the lens of brand. I can’t help it. I think it stems from nature, not nurture. One of the easiest ways to think about brand (or marketing) is through Habit #2 from Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People: Begin with the end in mind. Our temptation when branding...