In this sense, within the space of my career, marketing has gone from nothing to everything.
That's some journey.
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Isn't it odd how some people take for granted an outstanding talent they possess in sacrifice of a dream they are never going to achieve? They just don't know, or won't accept, what they are good at.
It was revealed last week that, following the introduction of university tuition fees, there has been a 40% drop in admissions. What a surprise.
In the face of the horror of Sandy Hook, perhaps now would be a good time to celebrate the kindness of the American people and hope that this basic human instinct will prevail.
Once, I was Managing Director of a London advertising agency. After a couple of years, I felt I had done a good job. I had secured all the important c...
'Ideas don't make you rich. The correct execution of ideas does'. So said Felix Dennis in his book 'How To Get Rich'. He's worth over £500 million, so I think we can believe him.
I saw my doctor yesterday. Sensitive, intelligent, considerate, thoughtful and understanding, he is as kind a man as any I have met.
In the study of economic decision-making the Ultimatum Game is an illustration of the unpredictability of human behaviour, value judgement, and the role and importance, therein, of morality.
So, in my last post, we were talking about my old teacher's conviction that everyone is special at something. It brought to mind a story a friend of mine told me about his brother.
At the Leveson Enquiry this week, Richard Desmond told the barrister cross-examining him that he didn't know the meaning of the word 'ethical'.