Master flattery, balance ego, adapt to change, exercise discretion, and charm effortlessly to navigate corporate dynamics, enhance negotiations, leadership, and client relations for a prosperous business realm.
In marketing, rigid adherence to logic can stifle creativity. Rory Sutherland suggests illogical thinking can breed innovation. While risky, venturing beyond the data-driven comfort zone may unveil groundbreaking strategies that resonate more profoundly with audiences.
Quitting too early, excessive talk, and lack of execution limit potential. To stand out, consistently apply 10x effort, iterate, and execute. Let your actions, not words, define your trajectory.
Sturgeon's Law states that "90% of everything is crud." In a world overflowing with content and choices, this principle reminds us to seek and value the rare 10% of true quality.
True marketing mastery lies in making hard work appear effortless. Inspired by Robert Greene, our latest blog dives into why brands like Apple captivate with simplicity, hiding the hustle but not the excellence.
Exploring remote work through Greene's lens on isolation, the blog emphasizes the balance between home's solace and office dynamics. While solitude fosters productivity, communal spaces offer power dynamics and collaboration.