Monthly Archives: September 2011

If you want a job, you'll have to use your brain

Seth Godin says that we have entered the “forever recession”, and the end of repetitive factory (and desk) jobs for humans. I agree. He’s right, and we’ll have to think extra hard in order to to adjust our society. Share … Continue reading

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Mickey Mouse had better watch his back. There’s a Pleasant Goat after him!

It’s not easy to become an entertainment icon. Ask Mickey Mouse what it takes and he’ll tell you about the decades of hard work he had to put in to become the ubiquitous, universally recognized brand he is today. With … Continue reading

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Unlocked and ready to rock!

Ahh, the feeling of freedom! It’s been exactly a year since I left Singularity, and many people have been wondering what I’ve been up to. Aside from launching this blog, guest-lecturing at St. Joseph’s University, and contributing to MarketingProfs, The … Continue reading

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