There seems to be an ever-emerging sanctity surrounding the ‘Pursuit of Happiness‘ whatever that may mean. You’ll hear sayings from seemingly happy people about how “Life is a Joke and you should just do what makes you happy”. But more often than not, it’s not that these people are actually happy, but rather making excusesContinue reading “Stop Chasing Happiness and Start Chasing Meaning.”
The lives of prehistoric peoples was mired with obstacles, hindrances, and life threatening situations. An environment full of hostilities and challenges requires the ability and skill to detect, analyze, think, and execute the optimal solution to overcome this challenge. Thus, spears with stone or bone points were used to fight off predators and invaders. InContinue reading “Who Needs Creativity?? You! And Here’s Why.”
One of Our Clients at The Block Bard recently launched new DTC (direct-to-consumer) Coffee Brand that has quickly picked up steam and orders even before its official launching! Many Brands and Companies are able to do this with all sort of products and courses etc,
What is their trick? Is there a trick?
First off all like any marketing strategy, there is no one-size-fits-all technique or (tactic). The best way to stand above and beyond your competitors, is to deliver an exceptionally different experience, with fine products and services.
But how do these companies manage to generate so much excitement, revelry, and interest, in their products that aren’t even available for purchase yet?!
If you are able to better understand the basic framework of society and its operations you will inevitably be more adept at analyzing what changes need to be made to drive us forward.
Similarly, humanities provide us with the blueprints for all modes of human thinking and
helps us understand how to make sense of the world around us since we simultaneously shape, and are shaped by it.
In a purely academic sense (if we were looking at marketing as a subject) The Universities would say no. But I would say yes. Most educational institutions seem to label Marketing as a Commerce subject, but I feel this is misleading for the following reasons. Having a personal background in the Humanities, and not Business,Continue reading “Is Marketing A Social Science??”
Thus, art history provides a means by which we can understand our human past and its relationship to our present, because the act of making art is one of humanity’s most ubiquitous activities.
What is Autosuggestion? Autosuggestion (if you don’t already know) can be defined in many ways but put simply, it is training your subconscious to manifest that which you want most into your main consciousness and at the forefront of your mind. Or even simpler it is basically the ability and practice of controlling yourContinue reading “How To Use Negative-Autosuggestion Today to Break Bad-Habits”
Humans tend to relegate myths as things of the past, fabrications that merley stimulate our imagination and creativity. But what if modern civilization was itself based on a set of myths that we have adopted over centuries as we develop and evolve? What if instead of our modern understanding of myths as meagre children’s stories,Continue reading “Why Fiction is More Important Now Than Ever”
When it comes to your goals, never take no for an answer. You’ve probably heard the tale of Thomas Edision trying the Light Bulb 999 times, and getting it right on the thousandth. Do you think we would even have light bulbs today if there wasn’t a man as stubborn as this to conduct its trail and errors? Or even attempt to do something that has never been done? Do you think Mr. Edison would have tried his experiment one-thousand times if hadn’t already seen it work in his dreams, visions, and/or notations?
Having been groomed for politics and the art of philosophy, Marcus was destined to become the next Emperor. He was perfect for the job as he was a man of reflection and principle, guided by the ancient Greek philosophers and their mission of acquiring eudaimonia (happiness.)
Marcus was a stoic, an ancient Greek school of thought which stipulated that happiness was found in accepting every moment for what it is, by not allowing one’s desires and fears to be their master, by developing one’s mind to understand the world, and to work together and treat others fairly and justly.