Author, A Beautiful Constraint: How to Transform Your Limitations Into Advantages and Why It’s Everyone’s Business
Working with constraints is more and more the norm in today’s organizations.
Dr. Seuss was an early example how a constraint helped him develop a style that became uniquely his own.
Even if you believe in the potential from constraints, it doesn’t mean you still like them — especially early on.
“We are the stories we tell ourselves.” -Mark Barden
“As a marketer, you go nowhere if you don’t understand the needs of your audience.” -Mark Barden
“Anybody with the right mindset, the right method, and the right motivation, can be better.” -Mark Barden
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