Archive for januari, 2012
Market leaders beware, domination is history.
Colvyn Harris, CEO, JWT India
Praise for the www.Sharkonomics.com book.
I would like to offer fellow bloggers some early information about my forthcoming book, Sharkonomics, which is about strategies for attacking market leaders, based on my study of shark behaviour.
The book will be published in March 2012. I even dived with sharks in South Africa as part of my research!
I really hope you will find this of interest to you and your followers. I hope you will find the book summary (pdf) interesting for your followers, it as open pdf, so please feel free to copy the text if you want to use it for your blog, Facebook, Twitter and other social media (just please quote the source: www.sharkonomics.com).
In return for you kindly sharing your interest in Sharkonomics with your followers, I would like to send you a (signed) copy of the book when it is available. Just send me an email containing your link to Sharkonomics. I only have 100 copies to give out, so it will be on a “first come” basis.
If you would like more information or materials relating to the book, or would like to discuss how we could collaborate in any way, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Book summary online:
Thank you so much for your time and support. Looking forward to hearing from you.
My fourth book, Sharkonomics (about strategies for attacking market leaders), will be published in March 2012.
You are swimming with sharks and you may not even know it. Stefan is your guide to not only surviving Sharkonomics but thriving in these adventurous economic waters.
Brian Solis, author of The End of Business as Usual and Engage!
Read my new book for free at www.sharkonomics.com (book summary, videos etc).
Last week saw the successful exhibition of Nick Brandt’s photography at Fotografiska. It is amazing and nearly unreal to be this close to nature through his photography. Nick’s photographs are probably closer to nature than any other attempts in history. I think his art is so successful because he not only shows nature as we like it to be (like an advertisement showing the beauty of nature) but also because it reflects how we want nature to see us. In other words I believe Nick’s master piece has created a mirror in which we can admire and watch ourselves as a part of nature. This is also a masterful way of packaging art into an commercial framework (nothing wrong with artist who know how to spread and sell art). Check out Nick Brandt’s photography, Facebook and books.
I don’t feel worried about where to go in the future, instead I feel curiously.
Eivor Andersson, Former CEO, Ving Sweden