First There Was The Greatest Advertisement Ever Made: Hear me out. This is brilliant, and I will explain why. For now, if you have not seen The Ad That Melted The Internet, here it is. My advice is to play it slow, with subtitles / closed captioning turned on, so that you hear every word and ONLY the words contained in the ad. This ad has the power, like The Shadow, to cloud men's minds. People hear everything they want to hear in this ad. People are posting all over the Internet claiming they heard messages from the spirit world and all kinds of crazy stuff in this ad. Transcript of this ad: Is this the best a man can get? Is it?We can't hide from it. It's been going on for far too long.We can't laugh it off, making the same old excuses.But something finally changed, and there will be no going back.Because we, we believe in the best in men.To say the right thing, to act the right way.Some already are, in ways big and small.But "some" is not enough, because the boys watching today, will…
I’ve spent most of my life in and out of various orchestras and businesses professionally throughout my career. During this time, I discovered many subtle similarities between these two careers and what makes them successful or not. In comparison, we look to understand the harmony of teamwork and leadership within the different “branches” of an orchestra and business through the eyes of a musician. The Conducting CEO
I am sure there’s been a time in all our lives when we’ve thought, “ Wow, the CEO is so lazy and does nothing but make the profit from all the hard work of his employees.” Or while watching an orchestra perform we think, “That guy up there is just flailing his arms all over the place and acting like a clown.” While this may seem the case, the conductor and CEO play enormous roles when it comes to running the show. They are responsible for the overall strategic focus on success. Side-by-side, both the role of the CEO and conductor is responsible for unifying their…
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overthink SEO. You overthink SEO because everybody has told you that Search Engine Optimization is the only kind of marketing in the entire universe. SEOSEOSEO! Just churn out text copy for the Great Lord Google, because Google gobbles keywords like a goblin. Seriously, why do we even make media visible to human beings? Why do we even have an Internet? They should just have it set up where every morning we all take a bucket of keywords and walk it to Google headquarters and dump it into their volcano, and later they mail us a postcard with our organic search stats for the day. The humans in this equation are superfluous. It's not like there's an alternative way to get visitors to your website. Not like people click links shared to them by trusted peers, confidants, family, influencers, and the occasional hashtag. Oh wait, there is a way to do this! SMO
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