“All these things, I said we would do them, we did it,” Musk said

Keywords: Elon Reeve Musk , TESLA INC , Sport Utility Vehicles , Automotive , IPOs , Hong Kong , Justin Quek , California , Cruise , Media , business , hyperdrive

“Only criticism—and it’s a fair one—is sometimes I’m not on time. But I get it done and the Tesla team gets it done.”

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-09-20/musk-s-showy-events-gin-up-hype-tesla-doesn-t-always-live-up-to

When you try and please everyone, you will please no one

Keywords: business growth , digital , digital marketing , marketing

Not only are these companies walking bowls of plain, boring carrots, they expect some magic marketing formula to be able to convince people that they should choose this over what the person really wants. Do you think this is even possible? No way.

https://wiseguysdm.com/index.php/2020/09/16/is-your-company-boring-the-importance-of-choosing-your-target-market

Zines connect individuals to movements and/or cultures that share common lived experiences, and contain a collection of ideas, words, thoughts, artwork and poetry

Keywords: tafe journey 2020 , livemusic , after covid19 , alternate , diy , edgy , fringe , future ideas , independent , spoken word , sydney , zine , zine festival

Our community will be ready for this after the shutdown has been lifted.

https://kerriellisblog.home.blog/2020/05/01/originate-and-develop-new-concepts

What brings people here despite all the criticism and negative perceptions in the air?

It does not make a difference whether you visit McDonald’s at Sydney, Canberra or Tasmania, their quality of food and service will be impeccable across borders. The location might be a few hundred kilometres away from your home, but the environment will regardless make you feel homely.

https://mktg3023com.wordpress.com/2020/04/19/what-makes-mcdonalds-so-successful-regardless-of-all-the-criticisms

The theory of Self (How brands take advantage)

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The concept of ‘Self’ and its foundation originated from William James. He states that ‘a man’s Self’ is the sum total of all that he CAN call his.

Not only his/her body and psychie (sic) powers; but clothes, house, wife & husband, children, ancestors, friends, reputation & work. This is backed up and developed further by Russell W. Belk who talks about the idea of self-perception and the concept of self through ownership and possessions.

He says that there is a ‘natural relationship between possessions and sense of self’. That ones’ possession can define ones’ personality and vice versa. He brings forth a framework on how we as human beings develop our concept of self, which defines who we are.

There are four factors: ‘(1) the infant distinguishes self from the environment: (2) the infant distinguishes self from others: (3) possessions help adolescent and adults manage their identities, and (4)…

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