Business Lessons From Aristotle’s Lies

There is a theory called Aristotle’s Rhetoric. It means Aristotle’s model for explaining humans’ persuasion. When I was trying to figure out what motivates people to do what they do, hoping to gain business success through it, I was quite captivated by this theory. This was mainly because of how popular it was. Added toContinue reading “Business Lessons From Aristotle’s Lies”

World’s Most Pathetic Elevator Chime

Elevator chime: screech13 million people: Ah yes entertainment/InterestingContext and format matters!Comment: Old YouTube was Gold Youtube? Not really, old feels gold only NOW!Comment: You know a YouTube video is gold when:– Duration is really short– Old af– Has millions of views– Pops up in recommendations for no reason– No clickbait– Title has zero context– HaveContinue reading “World’s Most Pathetic Elevator Chime”

The Customer Is King, but It’s Not What You Think

Worshipping the customers like gods in the sake of customer obsession… is misleading The customer is the judge… rather than the king. He can be wrong, but he will always decide what goes (his right will be the ultimate right) In that reddit entrepreneur thread.. treating customers like you like to be treated… it’s badContinue reading “The Customer Is King, but It’s Not What You Think”

Business Lessons From Your Blunder Years

Taste/world view/reality changes over timeWhich is why you cringe when you see your past hairstyles/fashion choices in old photos or videosAlso why Jeff Bezos says every day is day one… you have to evolve with the ever changing perceptions of the audience… but being a huge company with an extremely well established audience perception (brand/trust/dependence/connection/emotions)Continue reading “Business Lessons From Your Blunder Years”