taker and thought maker.
intriguing as always. All you have to do is show up, put on a badge and
from your time at FUSE.
sat down next to someone with one of our books in hand, "Design Matters:
Packaging," and the discussion was serendipitous and engaging.
interesting characters who will likely never become business partners, but we
hope to keep them as friends because the conversations are always interesting.
introduce yourself and make a meaningful moment by asking them an interesting
question. Some speakers get bombarded; others never get a question at all.
a "promotional" question or something the rest of the audience knows
is just you bragging about how much you know. Ask a simple question in at least
direct connection to long-term memory. If you're unable to make a session, read
the blog for summaries.
platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, etc.) are foreign
to you or you've said these words, "I don't get this whole Twitter
thing," talk to me. I'll give you a quick tutorial and show you why you'll
see the relevance once you experience the other side. We were there once too,
Thank you Oscar Wilde. Be interested in others, enjoy the conversations and
just spend some time hanging out. Our firm was just selected to work with
Patagonia on a large project and one of their criteria we shined on was,
"would we spend a week in a tent with these people." Be someone you'd
like to spend time having a beer or a glass of wine with while exchanging
ideas, thoughts and perspectives.
Contact either of us if you have an interesting story to share. Aaron Keller
(email@example.com) or Kitty