marketing

On the Feb. 12, 2017 edition of Work with Marty Nemko, I debate the Dean of Golden State University’s School of Business Gordon Swartz and me on the question, “Is Marketing Evil?”  I think marketing is usually evil.

Harvard College Observatory Collection of Astronomical Photographs

99% Invisible "Title TK" The name is important. It’s the first thing of any product you use or buy or see. The tip of the spear.  Only the names that are most interesting and most pleasant on the tongue can survive in your memory. So it’s no surprise that companies—especially large ones like Sony or Procter & Gamble—hire naming companies.

The Memory Palace: "400,000 Stars"