No social media, no email, no website. And she’s a business success.

I think one of the weirdest questions in all of life is, “How do you want your hair cut?”

I have never known how to answer that, other than … “a little shorter, please.” I mean, do you express this answer in millimeters, or hair density, or “just keep going until I say stop?”

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Keynote speaker, strategy consultant, Rutgers University marketing faculty and author of 9 books including KNOWN, Marketing Rebellion, and Cumulative Advantage.

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Keynote speaker, strategy consultant, Rutgers University marketing faculty and author of 9 books including KNOWN, Marketing Rebellion, and Cumulative Advantage.

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