communication is essential to business making and it involves more than the ability to name your product, write a tag line or a press release. It's an intricate, rational and scalable effort and, let's face it, not anyone can do it.


Interesting things

From Noah who took it from here
"Why is it that everyone is so dead-set on having their children exceed them? From a logical standpoint, doesn't it seem hard to understand how everyone's children are going to advance forward? Especially when there are an exponentially increasing number of children on the planet; and at the same time technology is exponentially decreasing the need for human intervention in the production of our goods and services? As we go each day into the future we have more people to do work, while at the same time we have less work to do. How are we all going to find our kids well-rewarded jobs, when we just don't need as many people working?"


Dee said...

Precisely this evolution requires the next generations to be more competitive, surely more than you were at an equivalent stage.

Therefore it makes sense to push your kids to adapt to the new rules so that they would be the ones who succeed in the new conditions and not others' kids :)

Ofc one should prepare himself for failure :)

revelionlasorbona said...

And failure provides jobs for future shrinks:)

Bogdana Butnar said...

yeah, but the idea is not to make them adapt to new stuff because they are born with that stuff so it's not new to them but why push them to exceed this "being born accustomed to new stuff" :D