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April 16, 2007


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Great post this...and I agree with everything you say in it. Very good.


This is an awesome post. The weird thing is I was thinking about how to instill a broader cultural viewpoint to some of the juniors at my agency this morning on the tube. I love the comparison of learning core skills and techniques vs the broadening of your cultural understanding of everyday life by breaking outside their tiny world.
Thanks mate... really helped clear my thinking



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  • 1. Everything is cultural (nothing can step outside of cultural representation)

    2. Culture is the richest repository of innovation and brand development ideas

    3. Inspiration exists in everything (cf. Paul Smith)

    4. Branding is an art (but science can help)

    5. Strategy cannot be divorced from execution (overlook design at your peril)

    6. Complex problems have simple, easy to understand, wrong answers (cf. HL Mencken)

    7. Diversity and inconsistency keeps life interesting for people (thus everything about this blog is subject to change)

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