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What’s the third option?

19 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments jer979!!

We can do X or we can do Y. But, maybe we could actually do Z. A friend of mine recently gave some great advice? “whenever you have a choice in front of you that seems to have two options, take a moment and come up with a third choice.” Binary thin...

Notaries are Offensive

18 Jun 2020 4 minute read 1 comment jer979!!

tl;dr: I’m a notary public and my own existence in this capacity is cause for self-loathing. I’m a Notary Public in Maryland. It happened as a kind of joke. I was sitting in my sister’s apartment about 9 years ago when she told me she was applying to...

Entitled Dog Owners, Racism, and a Viral Video

18 Jun 2020 5 minute read 0 comments jer979!!

tl;dr: how entitled behavior leads to conflict, disharmony, and discord. An example of dog owners in public parks. An entitled dog owner doesn’t leash her dog There is a wonderful park across the street from my house. It’s 500 acres full of pat...

Accuracy and Precision

16 Jun 2020 3 minute read 0 comments jer979!!

tl;dr: The words are used interchangeably, but they don’t mean the same thing. One of my close friends is a senior executive at a blue-chip biotech firm. He’s been in that business his entire career and has been the M&A lead on a number of important...

Hijacking the Narrative

15 Jun 2020 3 minute read 0 comments jer979!!

tl;dr: the education lobby co-opts the Wall Street Journal to reinforce their positions. A lesson in narrative in hijacking. In from Story to Setting, we explored Venkatesh’s idea that Covid-19 had moved from “the story” to “the setting for the new s...

Loyalty, Co-creation, and Binance

12 Jun 2020 4 minute read 0 comments jer979!!

tl;dr: Binance’s community vote shows a possible future of product co-marketing and loyalty programs. Binance is one of the most important players in the crypto trading world. Their influence as a trading exchange is massive and their CEO, CZ, is one...

Unknown unknowns

9 Jun 2020 3 minute read 0 comments jer979!!

tl;dr: Political and government leadership and the Rumsfeldian model for thinking about what you do-and do not-know. Not too many of my friends have their own Wikipedia page, but Tevi Troy is one of them. Tevi is a intellectual of the first degree an...

When Sun Tzu, Peter Drucker, and Andy Grove have coffee

8 Jun 2020 5 minute read 0 comments jer979!!

tl;dr: an exploration on the implementation of strategic theory into practice. Many of us, myself definitely included, like to think that we are “being strategic” in the actions that we take. There are times when I feel like “strategy” is one of the...

Digital Art is the Reese’s Peanut Butter of Crypto

6 Jun 2020 4 minute read 2 comments jer979!!

tl;dr: the emerging market for crypto-art and the business innovations that come with it. Back when I was a lad, one of the commercials I remember was a guy and a girl running into each other on the street with a serendipitous outcome. It was the acc...

If it’s broken, it’s Marketing’s fault

4 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments jer979!!

tl;dr: If there’s a problem inside an organization, it’s probably because Marketing didn’t do its job. A working theory. Peter Drucker once said: “Because the purpose of business is to create a customer, the business enterprise has two – and only tw...