About confirmation bias and data. Nice and long listen on how the Gamechangers Netflix documentary is an example by the book of highlighting and cherrypicking research, putting it out of context to showcase just one bright side of the vegan lifestyle.
Don’t get me wrong… I am absolutely not against vegan or vega. Joe Rogan shares his open and honest mind, inquisitive for the bigger picture. Gotta love this guy for his podcast to broaden your own horizons.
The Joe Rogan Experience: #1389 – Chris Kresser Debunks
Chris Kresser, M.S., L.Ac is a globally recognized leader in the fields of ancestral health, Paleo nutrition, and functional and integrative medicine. Link to notes from this podcast by Chris Kresser: http://kresser.co/gamechangers
Use insights to define your brand strategy and identity. What we can learn from Jamie Oliver
Jamie’s Italian collapse shows brands must build for the future, not just the now
News of Jamie’s Italian going into administration this week has been a long time coming; as we’ve seen with wider competitors like Byron and Prezzo, restaurant closings in the casual dining sector have been a direct result of the brands struggling to move with the ever-changing market and consumer e…
in same category, what we can learn from Levi’s in the 80s.
How Levi’s ‘Laundrette’ ad led to an 800% sales boost
The classic 1985 Levi’s ‘Laundrette’ ad by agency BBH is admired for its craft, but like most great marketing it was grounded in insight, and boosted sales of a struggling product in a moribund category.
“You have an artist like Metallica, who changes their setlist on a city-by-city basis just by looking at Spotify data to see, which the most popular songs happened to be in that city,” Ek said. “We’ve never before been at a place in time where you could make as many informed decisions and understand your audience as well as we can do now as an artist.”