Eclectic Curiosity


Posted on January 22nd, 2003, by Steve Hardy in Archives, Uncategorized. No Comments

Seth Godin is In Praise of the Purple Cow. Ideas and innovations that are not just good but remarkable, because otherwise they don’t really matter that much.

So it seems that we face two choices: Either be invisible, uncriticized, anonymous, and safe or take a chance at true greatness, uniqueness, and the Purple Cow. The point is simple, but it bears repeating: Boring always leads to failure. Boring is always the riskiest strategy. Smart businesspeople realize this and work to minimize (but not eliminate) the risk from the process. They know that sometimes it’s not going to work, but they accept the fact that that’s okay.





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