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For every argument to be made, there's likely a valid counterargument.

Lately I've been arguing that people should celebrate their victories. Ignore the advice to “act like you've been there before”. Because most people who offer that advice haven't been there themselves.

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Did you hear about KFC making a website dedicated to stock photos of its fried chicken?

I laughed out loud when I heard about it. And then I considered going to KFC for lunch.

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I'm at an interesting intersection of writing, marketing, and technology. And I hear different shades of the same sentiment over and over.

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We often hear about the dangers of style over substance.

Some may think this warning means substance is all that matters. That style has no place.

Wrong.

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Are you familiar with learning in public?

It means you share your journey as you learn something new.

Maybe you do this via blog posts.

Or a video journal.

However you do it, you invite people into your journey. To come along for the ride. To see your struggles and triumphs and to learn with you.

Learning in public is popular with the tech community. But it doesn't appear to be as popular with the marketing and sales crowd.

And especially not on LinkedIn. The place for “experts.”

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Hello, dear reader(s).

I hope you had a wonderful, relaxing, and refreshing weekend.

Because today is Monday.

You know what that means.

The grind resumes.

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If you had to sum up in only a few sentences the WeWork debacle to someone unfamiliar with the situation, how would you do so? The following quote from The Cult of We: WeWork, Adam Neumann, and the Great Startup Delusion by Eliot Brown and Maureen Farrell would be my candidate.

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