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  • feedwordpress 15:13:47 on 2019/04/19 Permalink
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    How Shared Experiences Are Spurring Spending, Loyalty And Learning 


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    What did the New England Patriots ’“rabid” fans’ active sharing mid-game comments via immersive Wi-Fi have in common with Peabody hotels’ guests’ avid videoing and picture-snapping of the daily duck walk? Or parents standing in front a large store wall of bewildering choices in children’s car seats, looking down at their free Car Seat Helper […]
     
  • feedwordpress 00:14:44 on 2018/04/28 Permalink
    Tags: , Cooperation, LEGO, , Peter Guber, sell,   

    When Making Us Feel Smart and Happy May Move Us to Buy 


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    That saying “familiarity breeds contempt” may be true. We tend to take loved ones for granted over time, no matter how well-intended. Yet it is equally true that familiarity breeds acceptance. Thus it is easier to stick a new idea in someone’s mind if you can attach it to something familiar – an existing memory. […]
     
  • feedwordpress 18:19:27 on 2018/02/05 Permalink
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    Laughing Together is Living Well 


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    Opportunity is often inconvenient. Wrenchingly, yet ultimately insightfully, I had two days in one week which were filled with the kind of “character-building opportunities” that might seem funny…someday far off in the future. They included a tense situation featuring our office staff circling around a suddenly and stubbornly silent computer as if it were the community hearth gone cold, and another scene involving an urgently non-stop-talking insurance specialist with a dire case of foot odor as my seatmate on a much-delayed, cross-country flight. Where to turn when you are thinking of making snide comments or worse? Why, to humor, of…
     
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