For decades, science fiction writers and skilled marketers have been promising the panacea of a technically enhanced future, a carefree lifestyle in which we are relieved from the drudgery of routine tasks and the burdens of daily life. References: Lost in SpaceHolodeckDear Parents: The Internet Never ForgetsOri BrafmanJoin the conversation.
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Imagine for a moment that you been taken on a journey and transported to an unfamiliar place. I use the terms taken and unfamiliar because the voyage was not optional, and the place, while similar to the one you left behind, feels both uncomfortable and foreign. The culture and methods of engagement are different. The… Read more »Read the post.
For most organizations, especially legacy brands, there is a tendency to get trapped by success. Between quarterly results and team goals and division metrics, all their work becomes focused on hitting these numbers.Read the article.
Earlier this year, as news came through of continued unrest in Haiti, my heart ached. Memories of my life-changing experience there came flooding back.Read the article.
As entrepreneurs, it’s easy for us to become completely immersed in our work. We believe in it. We’re passionate about itRead the article.
It’s mid-morning. It’s dry, dusty, hot and almost 100° F. I’m walking through the market in Old Fangak, South Sudan.Read the article.