We’ve all heard the quote before:
The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions ~Samuel Johnson
There are many instances where people had the best intentions but ended up either directly or indirectly creating something disastrous in the end.
Fritz Haber was a Nobel Prize winning Jewish scientist who created an insecticide called Zyklon B.
It became the preferred method of execution in gas chambers during the Holocaust Continue reading
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Here is a quick list of a few of the classes I did take while in school:
Interestingly enough, I’ve never had to explain the difference between a yellow dwarf star and a red dwarf star
While I did find this class interesting, I’ve never had to identify which Roman god equates to its Greek counterpart
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I love me some Buddy Holly, but no one has ever asked me the name of the band that played with him.
And, I find it interesting that I did not take any classes related to the following topics before I stepped into the “real world” Continue reading
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Dominique Hind, Digital Managing Partner for Leo Burnett, subscribed to my blog today. Now, I’m not saying I’m famous or anything, but this is a pretty big deal. In fact, it’s the 2nd most exciting event to happen on Clever Title, followed by Seth Godin actually commenting on my blog.
So, when I notice that someone from Leo Burnett subscribing to Clever Title, I naturally do my do diligence by researching them thoroughly. Here’s a few things I’ve learned so far Continue reading
My mother raised over $2,000 so that she could walk in a 60 mile 3-day walk in order to promote a cure for breast cancer. Can you imagine training for half a year to walk for 60 miles over the course of 3 days all while using port-a-potties, taking open showers in an 18 wheeler truck and sleeping in tents at night?
My mom’s so passionate about finding a cure for breast cancer that she has purchased every single pin ever made available and actually wears a different one each day of the year. (Okay, I don’t know if she actually wears a different one every day, but I promise she has enough to do so.)
Why is she so passionate about finding a cure for breast cancer? Because her mom is going on 25 years of being a 2 time survior of breast cancer. Breast cancer almost killed her mom – twice – and she wants to do something about it. She actively showed her passion by raising money for the cause and walking in a 3 day event.
What are you willing to walk that far for? If you can’t think of something, find something. Be passionate about a cause and carry the torch that will educate and invigorate others to join you.
I couldn’t say it better myself, so I won’t even try.
Check out Which of your departments is strangling you?, an article by Donor Power Blog.
I was first introduced to Seth Godin in my Interactive Advertising class at the University of Texas at Austin, where we read Permission Marketing.
Within the past year, I began reading Seth’s blog, and I have grown to think he is such a great author, entrepenuer and marketing/business genius.
I just finished watching his recent interview on New Perspectives on Business, and I am totally in love. I hope I grow up to be Seth Godin one day (minus the glasses).