People say it’s mean to try to fix blame. Say it’s too negative. But if you don’t fix blame, there will be more blame to fix.
One of the few nice things about growing old is that you experience a lot of history live. You don’t just have to take somebody’s word for it.
If Wall Street had a big scoreboard showing the individual performance of corporate CEOs, you’d probably find that about eighty percent of them fell pretty much in the middle.
Nothing that has a bigger impact on us changes as fast as the media.
The last twenty years has called for brilliant marketing strategists. But American marketing has responded by shallowly redefining its meaning.