“… simply repeating something doesn’t make it the truth (otherwise the Internet would be an entirely different place!) – but what he wrote contains a kernel of wisdom…”
“… where Kirk fought Gorn to decide the fate of both their races.”
“Every news organisation is aware of the risk – and tries to keep the relationship ‘at arms length’. But on some occasions, that is harder than it is at others.”
“Over the years there have been so many mentors, bosses, employees, and friends I’ve made in this game … too many to single them out”
I needed a break from doom-scrolling today – you know, the near-obsessive focus on unremittingly bleak social media and news coverage, to the detriment of mental health. And I thought to myself, “I know – why don’t I do a piece on position statements for businesses and individuals?” I’m not talking about mission statements such…
“.. what he called Nuestro Pueblo, our town. Everyone else called it “that eyesore”, or “that lunatic’s junkyard”
“In every case, they were presenting factual information – but they were doing it in the form of stories.”
“Then there was the couple who had signed a lease on their new ‘gourmet hot dog and donut shoppe’ in the heart of a tourist town – just 2 weeks before the Covid-19 shutdowns began.”
Widespread social media is a two-edged sword for many businesses – and individuals.
A post can make you go ‘viral’ … but that isn’t always a good thing.
“There will be threats in 2021. We all know that. But there will also be opportunities.”