Critical Things Smart People Never Say
No huge surprises, but I found myself identifying with #6. Perhaps a gentle nudge to self-deprecating employees everywhere to rethink our approach.
Karen Johnson, Senior Account Director
You’ve come a long way, baby—and we still have 83 more years to go. On the front doorstep of a historic moment in U.S. gender politics, it’s worth reading and remembering that we still have hard work to do as a society before leaping the gender gap. Looking at the categories of health, education, economic participation, and opportunity, the World Economic Forum found that women are worse off than men by 31.7 percent. Progress never comes soon enough, but we’re on the right path. March on.
CJ Powell, Writer
Something we marketers all know, but a great reminder. Some of the big brands gone — Sears, Blockbuster, and Radio Shack were all staples at one point. Where’d they miss the boat?
Anne Wright, Senior Account Director