- RT @markritson: Cannes, Unilever, Influence Marketing and how I managed to turn my arse into a digital work of art and share it with the wo…/ / 5 hours ago
- RT @dennyhatch: “The addictive nature of Web browsing can leave you with an attention span of 9 seconds—the same as a goldfish.” —Dr. Ted S…/ / 6 hours ago
- RT @AdContrarian: A Copywriter's Burden: How does a focused brand strategy survive an hourly demand for "content?" bit.ly/10yGZw/ / 6 hours ago
- RT @acfou: Bad Guys Will Sell You Anything, ANY...THING... linkedin.com/pulse/bad-guys…/ / 1 day ago
- Buying digital media, friends? The fraud problem is probably 10x what you think it is and the bad guys have better… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…/ / 3 days ago
- @ShailinDhar @method_mi Yeah sure, why not? I can’t believe there’s no reasonableness year at the app stores. Oh wait. Revenue./ / 3 days ago
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Tag Archives: Why
The point of education is not to learn from a predetermined set of knowledge. Nor is it to learn how to learn or how to fish for yourself. The point of education is to learn how to teach yourself.
You might hire the smartest data scientists available. You might develop a product that has benefits that push all the user buttons. You might price that product perfectly. You might distribute it perfectly. You might create the most clever campaign … Continue reading
…changes the courses of industries, if not society. Real innovation gives us the lightbulb, Linux, and the Internet. Real innovation also breaks your company’s current profit model, organizational structure and strategies. Real innovation is also messy, scary and “dangerous” to … 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?
“Why are you here?” That’s my first interview question. It’s surprising how many people get rattled out of the gate by that question. Yet if you bump into an American in Paris tomorrow and ask the same question, you get … Continue reading