The best smiles have teeth. An itch needs scratched. Likewise, a good business shouldn’t be too-well polished.
The marketing addict anonymous asks, “How much should we polish, then?” But that’s the wrong question.
Good business shouldn’t be overly polished because it should be focusing on quality at the core. YouTubers and radio hosts get large audiences, especially when they’re difficult to understand. They explain ideas worth learning about. Their audiences learn more and know it.
Polish-obsessed Big Business tries to compete with these rising, talented, new leaders with pretty diagrams that simplify similar ideas. They just don’t get it.
I just want everyone to know that I’ve exited the alpha stage of Pacific Daily Times and we’re moving toward beta where we are looking for writers and photographers.
I remember when H1N1 was going to kill everyone. But, now, Ebola is no problem.
I remember when the TSA spent 1 billion bucks to make sure airports didn’t let the wrong people fly. But, Ebola is no problem.
I remember when the Constitution, Adoption, and Talk Radio indicated that one was a “terrorist”. Islam was no problem. Now, Ebola isn’t either.
I remember learning that Christians used to heal diseases. But, now, attending Sunday morning with Ebola would be a problem.
…This seems strange. But it’s not from Democrats, Republicans, Atheism, or Churchianity. It’s from chaos brought by political correctness.