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A daily "quick read" newsletter uncovering a single thought or idea relating to business, investing, or anything else that may be on my mind.
I read all the time. Every day. So you don’t have to. I think about what I read and note really interesting ideas. Ideas about how to survive, how to get ahead in life, how to help others get ahead, and how to be happy. Ideas about strategy. I am the only one in the world looking at strategy from every angle imaginable. And you can get these ideas, simply by signing up. I share the juiciest ideas in an email newsletter delivered directly to your inbox once a month, on or about the 21st day. For paid subscribers only.
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A daily "quick read" newsletter uncovering a single thought, idea, or recent event that is on my mind.
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Red and Blue Customers explores how conservative and liberal customers form different purchase decisions. Understanding these differences helps you better align your business and communications to the customers you have today and new customers you want to attract. See how different businesses attract more liberals or conservatives by how they project an image onto the market - and how this helps or hurts their business.
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