OUR BIG GOAL

No Typical Moments exists to create a new definition of success in business that changes the paradigm of how we relate to one another, treat the environment and uplift humanity to a deeper level of consciousness.

So what does that mean?

It means we’re focused on 3 key values:

  • Envisioning a world of possibility
  • Giving back as much as receiving
  • Helping others realize their unique genius

You see... AT NO TYPICAL MOMENTS, WE DO THINGS A BIT DIFFERENTLY.

We’re not your large, swanky, Madison Avenue Agency.

In fact, our dedicated team is sprinkled throughout the United States, working remotely across time zones in over 6 different states… giving our team the flexibility to live and work where their creativity and passion can truly thrive.

And our virtual office environment is stronger than ever.

Not only do we hold virtual personal and professional growth events for our team, but all team and client calls are conducted via video call.

We don’t put profits above ethics.

Having talent is great, but at No Typical Moments, we hold the bar a bit higher.

Our team members are some of the most highly skilled professionals in the business.

In fact, continuing education is one of the key pillars of success at NTM, and because digital marketing + tech is an ever changing industry, our team has 24/7 access to educational materials and courses.

But while our team members are highly trained in their craft, they’re also purpose-driven changemakers who are dedicated to something even bigger than profits.

Among our team members, you’ll find individuals who are passionate about climate change, personal development, women’s equality, animal welfare, and much more.

We put our money where our mouth is.

All of our team members not only have goals for advancing humanity, but they

also each donate 1% of their monthly pay to environmental charities.

In fact, No Typical Moments is a member of 1% For the Planet and donates 1% of our revenue to a global network of nonprofits working on some of the most pressing environmental issues of our time.

We only work with magic-making, game changing people.

We believe people are the magic ingredient to success.

And big change starts with common goals.
That’s why at No Typical Moments, our team is intimately involved in advancing client ideas and multiplying their success.
We work closely with each client to understand their individual needs and help them to reach their big dreams.
Because when one of us wins, we all win.

OUR TEAM

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Andrew Gottlieb

CEO/Founder
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Brittani Uberti

Head Facebook Advertiser
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Marcus

Head Client Strategist and Copywriter
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Debora

Project Manager

Our Story

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2011

The Search For Meaning

Surprisingly, No Typical Moments was first created out as a quest for meaning. During his senior year of college, Founder and CEO, Andrew Gottlieb, felt called to examine his life and discover his higher purpose. From that desire, the No Typical Moments blog was born. What started as a self discovery blog dedicated to uncovering Andrew’s long-term goals for himself and humanity, quickly morphed into the roadmap for building a company founded on putting his unique skills towards a higher purpose than simply making money.

2012

A Call To Adventure

Like most young entrepreneurs, Andrew had always dreamed of launching No Typical Moments into an actual company, but he had no idea where to begin. So, with his first student loan payments approaching, he landed a job in what he thought was his dream industry: sports and entertainment. However, what he discovered was a feeling of unhappiness with his work and a lack of purpose or impact. He longed for more. And in a move to redefine his destiny, he mustered up enough courage to leave his job, jumped into the unknown, and launched No Typical Moments.

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2014

Align with the GameChangers 500, N not the Fortune 500

In just one year, No Typical Moments had grown into a profitable organization. But still, Andrew knew that No Typical Moments’ impact could reach new heights if he was deliberate about who they partnered with and the type of clients they accepted. Instead of working with organizations simply for profits, he made the decision to align NTM with other purpose-driven businesses dedicated to more than just the bottom line. So in 2014, No Typical Moments rebranded the organization and set forth with a bold new goal: to align with the GameChangers 500* and not the Fortune 500.
*GameChangers 500 is a database of the top 500 purpose-driven organizations in the world. These companies are not only great at creating sustainable business models, but they maximize their impact to people and the planet.

2014

Kindworks

In Year Two of No Typical Moments, the company launched its first technology project called Kindworks. The mobile app, which is the vision of George Blobe, had a mission to create the world’s largest pay-it-forward platform via a mobile device. Version 1 of the application was launched in December of 2014 and quickly received over 500 downloads, saw over 100 good deeds uploaded, and reached 12 countries in its first month of testing. The app went on to be featured in several major publications including NEXTpittsburgh, ASPIRE Magazine, UNICEF, Yahoo Small Business, GOOD Magazine and YEC.

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2015

1% For The Planet

In 2015, No Typical Moments took their impact to the next level. In addition to aligning with for-benefit organizations and joined 1% For the Planet*.

* 1% For The Planet is a global movement of companies donating at least 1% of their annual net revenues to environmental organizations worldwide.

2015

The Two-Week Notice

Andrew’s first book that he co-authored, The Two-Week Notice, was released in June of 2015. He and two other authors, both young entrepreneurs, joined forces to write a book on the Entrepreneurial Journey from the millennial perspective. In the book, the authors take readers on a step-by-step journey, touching on topics such as how to awaken the dreamer, discover your passion, navigate the resigning process, and find a tribe that supports you and challenges you to be the greatest version of yourself. Lisa Nichols, New York Times best selling author and CEO of Motivating the Masses, wrote the foreword for the book.

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