The Apple ecosystem is like a swamp. The more we interact with it, the deeper we are drawn into it. Fortunately, it is a very lovely swamp.

Published by on september 15, 2014

The Apple ecosystem is like a swamp. The more we interact with it, the deeper we are drawn into it. Fortunately, it is a very lovely swamp.
Mat Honan, Senior staff writer at Wired

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Good luck, hope you fail

Published by on september 10, 2014

Good luck, hope you fail.
Björn Söderberg, speaker and Social entrepreneur. Speech quoted when Björn wished Pam an entrepreneur good luck after a lecture at Talarforum with permission from Björn.

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webpower.se: We welcome Web Power as our new partner

Published by on september 4, 2014

Yesterday we sent our first newsletter with our new partner webpower.se. They work with marketing automation and are by far a strong power in their field.
Back in 2006 Web Power sponsored my lecture in Amsterdam at a seminar where Chris Anderson was the key note speaker. Back then I had the pleasure to meet the founders of the company, today I have the honor to work with their Swedish dream team.

Thanks to Web Power for all the great help with the newsletter, read our newsletter in Swedish (Google translation into English). We welcome Web Power as our new partner.

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Lost is the new found

Published by on september 2, 2014

Lost is the new found.

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#polartalks: People care more, when they are connected

Published by on augusti 25, 2014

People care more, when they are connected.
Johanna Olsson, R&D, Hyper Island. Quote from today’s lectuture at #polartalks

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Top 10 most popular posts – Updated: 21 August 2014

Published by on augusti 21, 2014

1. Canva.com : Connecting the world of graphic design with Guy Kawasaki- new & fun startup
2. Today’s profitability is the danger for the future
3. An idea that can make LinkedIn the biggest company in the world
4. A shark as a Guest Professor
5. Onedifference.org: One brand that can change lives
6. Call to action: Find my viral idol
7. Why woman can rule Internet
8. Magic obsession with National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen
9. ReebokONE makes sport grassroots grow
10. Defend your market

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I wish my employees would get into more trouble

Published by on augusti 12, 2014

I wish my employees would get into more trouble, because it shows they are on the lookout for opportunities to improve themselves or company operations.
Stephane Bourque, founder and CEO of Vancouver, British Columbia-based Incognito Software. Quote from article in Entrepreneur.com by Marcia Layton Turner.

Thanks to Pam for sending this great article.

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Watch Simon Anholts Tedtalk: Good is the new way of looking at the world

Published by on augusti 4, 2014

Simon AnholtOver the years I had the honor to get to know Simon Anholt. I always got a sense that Simon got a IQ gift, that could have an effect on the world. After watching his amazing Tedtalk that got over one million views I understand that he is now making that good change that I believe he is here to contribute with.

Watch Simon Anholts Tedtalk. In this speech is Simon elegantly pointing out: Good is the new way of looking at the world!

Policy advisor Simon Anholt has dreamed up an unusual scale to get governments thinking outwardly: The Good Country Index. In a riveting and funny talk, he answers the question, ”Which country does the most good?” The answer may surprise you (especially if you live in the US or China).
Simon Anholt, Goodcountry.org

I hope Simons next book will be named: From Bad To Good.

Thanks to Alex Krause for sending this video link.

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Today’s profitability is the danger for the future

Published by on juli 28, 2014

Today’s profitability is the danger for the future.
Vice President Ulf Peters, DetectiveMarketing.com

 

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Watch Tom Asacker: Why TED Talks Don’t Change People’s Behaviors

Published by on juli 25, 2014

Tom is that kind of speaker that takes control over the audiences mind, by telling a story so strong that we cant stop listen.

Watch Tom Asacker: Why TED Talks Don’t Change People’s Behaviors.

We all become the stories we tell ourselves.
Tom Asacker at TEDxCambridge 2014

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