Thanks for visiting my blog, where I write on leadership, motivation, creativity, productivity, media, and technology. At times, I may write or post links outside those topics (including some of my companies’ products and services), but will always seek to provide informative, relevant content. I encourage you to provide feedback in the comments field under any given blog post.


Chip Brown has 20+ years experience in producing, publishing and marketing for television, film, Internet, live theatre, radio, animation, music and graphic design, in both creative and business roles in start ups, fortune 500 companies and not-for-profits. He has served in producing and marketing positions at The Walt Disney Studios, and as Senior VP and Group Publisher at HarperCollins Christian Publishing where he lead three publishing groups at Thomas Nelson and Zondervan. He was also General Manager of Lightsource.com on Broadcast.com and on Yahoo!, where he worked with industry leading User Interface designers and engineers on the world’s leading internet broadcasting site.

He was also Executive Director of Creative Affairs and Original Programming at Gaylord Digital, working with pure play Internet companies such as Musicforce.com and songs.com, as well as “click & mortar” companies such as CMT International, Word Entertainment and Myrrh/Squint Records. Chip also served as Senior Vice President at Walk Thru the Bible, where he led the Marketing, Media, Publishing and Live Seminars divisions, receiving NRB Ministry Website of the Year and multiple Awards of Excellence from the Evangelical Press Association.


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This blog is personal and does not necessarily reflect the views of my companies or clients. Any information provided herein is as-is and is not guaranteed to be accurate. Neither I nor my companies nor clients will be held liable for any errors or omissions, or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.

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