It’s easy to sit on the sidelines, lobbing grenades at those who have done the work and put something out there.
I’m guilty of this myself at times. I do my best to frame the mistakes of others as lessons for the rest of us, though sometimes I can’t resist making a dig at the truly awful stuff. It’s not like there’s a shortage of bad branding out there.
But focusing only on the negative won’t make you a better leader. And it doesn’t work as a philosophy of life. Continue reading “On the Practice of Active Positivity”