why we settle for poor marketing

Fear and lack of imagination. Read Seth for yourself.

Where else does his logic apply?

1 Response to “why we settle for poor marketing”

  1. 1 Linda November 2, 2006 at 2:58 am

    I’ll add another one. Fear that you *already* have so much to do that if you think of a good idea, you won’t have time to do it anyway. Or then you’ll have to take more time to figure out whether the new (unknown) thing might work better than the old (but known).

    Sometimes it is easier to keep doing what you are doing because at least you know what you are doing. ‘-)

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