Think back to your first real job. Remember that one old-timer who had all the great stories? I don’t mean the bitter guy who wore a tie with his dandruff-covered short-sleeved shirt, and referred to upper management as “The Gestapo.” I mean the funny dude who seemed to know his shit, but also had a million great stories about the industry. He knew every client, went to all the trade shows – and talked about flying on airlines like Eastern and Pan Am. Back when they served real meals. In coach.
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My 4-year-old daughter “Sydney” is a great many things to me. First and foremost, I hope she becomes a valuable member of society. Secondly, I hope that she can teach you a few things that she has already taught me:
In a shocking turn of events today it was admitted to me by my wife, in a format that I can prove and archive, that I was right! Let's take a look.
1. Have theme music for when I walk into a creative pitch. I've given this some thought and while Slipnot's "Pychosocial" might be apprapo, I think that AC/CD's "For those about to rock" is a timeless treasure that all clients can bond with...