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Echoes through time: write to be understood

This comes from the marvellous Book Mania!: “Write to be understood, Speak to be heard, Read to grow.” Lawrence Clark Powell (1906 – 2001)

4 tips for building thought leadership – Six Sigma PR

Everyone wants to be a thought leader and the bookshelves – or waste-bins – of a hapless “audience” bulge with unread “content”.  (Be very wary when folks start talking about “content” as if it’s simply the fodder for yet another campaign.) Andy M Turner at Six Sigma Public Relations offers some considered advice to help land […]

Echoes through time: make a little worse, sell a little cheaper

“There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey.” John Ruskin (1819 – 1900)

You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.

Albert Einstein

Extreme Underwater Adventure

Collaboratively administrate empowered markets via plug-and-play networks. Dynamically procrastinate B2C users after installed base benefits. Dramatically visualize customer directed convergence without revolutionary ROI. Efficiently unleash cross-media information without cross-media value. Quickly maximize timely deliverables for real-time schemas. Dramatically maintain clicks-and-mortar solutions without functional solutions. Completely synergize resource sucking relationships via premier niche markets. Professionally cultivate […]

The digital interrupt – Nicholas Bate

Another jagged insight from Nicholas Bate: “The digital interrupt is relentless, often trivial, sometimes insufferable, cunningly finding new channels…” The rest, here.

The jobs only you can do – @thisissethsblog

A great observation by Seth Godin: “One of the milestones every entrepreneur passes is when she stops thinking of people she hires as expensive (“I could do that job for free”) and starts thinking of them as cheap (“This frees me up to do something more profitable.”)” The rest, here.

Echoes through time: narrow minds

“As often as a study is cultivated by narrow minds, they will draw from it narrow conclusions” John Stuart Mill (1865), Auguste Comte and Positivism

Staffed by mimes – @ThisIsSethsBlog

Great observation by Seth Godin: “Most people would never to choose to read it. Except the people who are stuck and confused, which is precisely the group you write instructions for. When in doubt, write it down. By all means, you still need pictures, even video. But there’s nothing to replace the specificity that comes from […]

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