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A single, favorite picture from a few of my favorite places in the world.
Hey there! I’m so excited to be back in Spain again. My last time there was incredibly memorable, to say the very least. I’m back to updating my blog, The Bud Moves to Spain. Please […]
Marketing really interests me. For two quarters in college, I prepared a thesis on marketing in the form of a case study. I found it pretty fascinating; it’s really a study on human tendency and what moves people to buy.
One thing that I find even more impressive in marketing is how it works on ME. I get this odd sense of enjoyment when I see that a company’s marketing has worked on me, when they’ve suckered me in to buying, upgrading or subscribing to their product. I stop and think “well you know what, good for them! They marketed to me and they won.” I can think of a few specific examples of this.
It’s the finals. The game has been close. Your team is two points down and there are only 1.8 seconds left on the shot clock. The win is so close you can taste it.
You’ve set what you know is a solid play for your team. You’ve discussed it thoroughly by this point and you know Smith is going to get the ball and take a quick 3 point shot. Your player prepares to inbound the ball, an opponent wildly flailing his arms to distract the pass.
He passes it in to Smith.
1.7, 1.6, 1.5…
One of the best things I’ve enjoyed over the last few months is using a whiteboard. Sure, it feels like a bit of a throwback to high school math class. But, I’ve adapted it to be something that’s benefited me a lot recently.