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The Streisand Effect and Your Brand

The Streisand Effect and Your Brand

The Streisand Effect and Your Brand Value. Photographer Kenneth Adelman took an aerial photo of Barbra Streisand’s Malibu mansion. In return, the singer sued him for $50,000,000 citing violation of privacy. Before the suit, “Image 3850” (the photo of Streisand’s mansion) had been downloaded from the California Coastal Records Project collection of 12,000 images only ...

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The Incredible Lightness of Travel

The Incredible Lightness of Travel

If you’ve read my blog before you know I’m obsessed with traveling light. That’s because a minimalist mindset makes travel more enjoyable and stress-free. Also I believe there are only two kinds of luggage – carry-on and lost. I’ve written about this before, listing a bunch of road-tested travel tips HERE and HERE. My business ...

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The Importance Of Design In The Sales Process.

The Importance Of Design In The Sales Process.

It happened again! You blinked and the world changed. Don’t feel bad if you didn’t notice (it was hidden in plain sight). But whether you saw it or not, all of a sudden the planets realigned, the tectonic plates slipped, the paradigm shifted. While you were dealing with your day-to-day affairs, function and competency took ...

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Simplify, Simplify.

Simplify, Simplify.

In response to last week’s blog post How To Skin A Horse Of A Different Color, John Calia wrote, “A great modern day parable that explains the power of inductive reasoning. It’s McKinsey-level strategic thinking applied to everyday business and personal challenges.” Thanks, John. I just thought it was a simple explanation of a complicated ...

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Spreading Mind Viruses

Spreading Mind Viruses

Man, do I sit around a lot of conference tables. Between client meetings, new business presentations, community boards, strategic retreats, and non-profit groups, it feels like the corporate conference table is becoming my natural environment. Every table — and every meeting — is unique. But there are some similarities between the different groups regardless of ...

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