Redmarketer

February 6, 2009

Misinterpretation

Filed under: Marketing Philosophy — Robert John Ed @ 2:56 pm

It’s very easy to misinterpret correlation for causation or an effect of an action to be the reason for it happening.  For instance, Walmart doesn’t sell a lot of stuff because it’s big.  That’s an easy one.  Apple doesn’t sell a lot of electronics because it’s a cool brand.  Sorry.

You won’t become something by acting like it.  You become something by being something and under 99.999999999% of the time that means real, honest, hard work.  Maybe more importantly, smart work.

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