We post the good stuff, the oh my goodness moments, the exuberant triumphs, what we believe in and the deep, deep sorrow. Many have written about the psychology of Facebook, but it is something I think about as it is a big part of what I do for clients and for myself to build my brand and connect with family and friends all over the world.
To the producers, the logistics folks. The ones who set up. Go early, stay till after the party is over.
Big ups to all those who are there when the canvas is blank. And clean up after all the festivities are done. The ones in the crew clothing, backstage, behind the curtain, watching from afar or above, many times the ‘all blacks’.
Those are the producers, the ones who get it done.
In observing many people present ideas, pitches, and presentations over the years, I continue to hear the following phrases in meetings:
“Well, you know, um, I think that…”
“Well, maybe, we could…”
“I’m not sure about this, however….”
“This may not be the best idea, but….”
These are all examples of “Doubt language.”
I wrote this post a few weeks ago but had to wait until this week. I’m thrilled to be a part of the FlightWave Aerospace team launching the company’s new “Edge” Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) into the world.