A few hours ago, I posted below about Seth Godin being someone I think everyone should be paying attention to.
And in this morning’s post (below), Napster was used as an example of how a time-tested, dominating, business model was dismantled by a few forward-thinking people.
Click here if you have any sense at all. This further illustrates the importance of benchmarking, of surveying the landscape, of constantly checking the radar screen.
If Seth Godin’s blog post, “Less Than Zero” doesn’t make your head spin, go buy some WD-40.
Think you know Disney’s best kept secret? Guess again. I think it’s Disney Institute.
They deliver keynotes, workshops, team-builders, and tours, to their Guests around the world.
Almost daily, people are amazed and even mesmerized by Disney’s ability to maintain a spotless, 40-square mile property. Disney’s super secret way to keep everything spotless? “When they see a piece of trash…….they pick it up!” Wow, right?
Actually, we all know trash has to be picked up – that it doesn’t jump in the trash can by itself. What everyone really wants to know is how do they get their 60,000 Cast Members to want to pick it up? Now that is magic!
Carpe diem, jungle jeff 🙂