Is it wise to imagine that we can always wrestle control from others to serve our objectives, or should we discern who we should be close to?
People are ruled by emotions, no matter what we imagine. Emotions are fearsome beasts that we try our best to keep under control, but they do raise their heads now and then. We cannot allow them to become uncontrollable.
Have you ever been told you will amount to nothing? Have you ever been told your best plans will fail? Have you ever been told to pursue things that matter in the world? Fret not, my friend, for your life is yours and yours alone. Do your best and ignore the naysayers.
Have you been to establishments which raised their prices to naively attempt to balance their poor revenue, and then inevitably shuttered for good not long after?
What happens when you suddenly find a familiar product or service terminated or decommissioned? Besides a sense of loss, what does it remind us of in business or marketing continuity?
Are you running your marketing, or even your corporation, like a motorcycle without wing mirrors? Imagine the perils!
Survival of the fittest is no cliché, but rules the light-speed world we live in today. While monolithic and gigantuan organizations and institutions are struggling along, some are finding that survival is about how brutal and honest you can be with pushing yourself towards progress and sustainability.
Jerry Seinfeld was featured in NPR for his new found love of coffee, despite not understanding coffee for the longest time. It is a good thing I found coffee even as a kid, in a love affair that lasted as long as I remember.
Tradition is a good thing, even as we migrate forward in time and technology. Tradition preserves our roots, our heritage, our culture, and our humanity.
Creative innovation can be abundant in the world today, and I certainly don’t mean software. Invention is often found at the deepest of needs amidst a sore lack of resources.