- Look at them. These are innocent Ukrainian children murdered by Russians. Russian “culture” is death. So, смерть ро… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…/ / 8 hours ago
- RT @acfou: @nandoodles @LeanbackDigital heads up @JudSpencer @pbannist @anthonykatsur @IABTechLab @tag_today @ANAmarketers @wfamarketers @a…/ / 8 hours ago
- RT @acfou: @nandoodles @tag_today @mikezaneis we are confused (we're actually not, but asking for all our friends) what is TAG registe…/ / 8 hours ago
- RT @nandoodles: Yeah how nice for this company with zero information on who owns them, who runs them or where in the world they are located…/ / 8 hours ago
- @LyftGyft And @Ford is rumored to be cannibalizing parts from #DirtMountainBronco to keep the line running, a possi… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…/ / 8 hours ago
- @LyftGyft I want one too. But @jimfarley98 refuses to tell me when my #DirtMountainBronco, rotting on his lot since… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…/ / 9 hours ago
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…to explain your numbers is a fool’s game. The story will usually suffer from logical holes that you’ll have to gloss over. (How many times have you heard “we’ll get to that later” to question about a story you’re being … Continue reading
Salespeople and product managers get lied to by prospects because the prospect fears their judgement will be questioned. Or so posits Seth Godin. I believe Seth is correct. How many times, when dealing with a salesperson selling a product you’ve … Continue reading
Nothing muddies communication more than gobbledygook and business jargon. Say what you mean and you are more likely to be understood. There’s no excuse for using long words and complex sentence construction. If you seek to be understood, then write … Continue reading
“If you don’t understand people, you don’t understand business.” Simon Sinek hits the nail on the head in an important talk at Behance’s recent design conference. Worth the time and it all starts with Why?