@jasonboche Interesting choice! And I am flattered, really, but you’d waste a guest. The only interesting story I could tell during the dinner is about that time I invited over Charles Darwin, Neil Armstrong, and Antony Gormley 🙂
I was just asked: “If this was your last meal and you could invite 3 guests, dead or alive but not your loved ones, who would you invite?”
With no hesitation: Charles Darwin, Neil Armstrong, and Antony Gormley.
How familiar and comfortable the company workforce is with new market segments has a huge impact on the success of an expansion strategy. Too often underestimated. If people don’t know or understand a new market they will not see the opportunity, allocate resources, cooperate etc
On a single day, an average adult is exposed more interesting/entertaining things to read/watch than she/he could consume in months. If you publish something (especially without a big brand behind), consider miraculous that you can hold your readers’ attention even for just 5min.