Wednesday, September 17, 2008

A dynamically improved product?

An old friend of ours named Jeremy Gershfeld, who just happens to be a wonderful classical musician turned management consultant, regularly blogs on innovation, integration, creativity and growth at the excellent Jeremy Gershfeld is Listening and has inexplicably decided that TBWCYL, Inc. spokesperson Ben Tanzer's writing, specifically the writing of Lucky Man and Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine would make an interesting, almost dare we say, academic study, for today's post. The post is titled "Developing structure and style with the Growth Mindset," totally intriguing right, right, and is quite the entertaining read, though we of course are contractually obligated to say that. That said, we hope you will not just take a look, but share your deepest thoughts, because we're thinking after people read this, university level course work and dissertations exploring the hidden meanings in our vast and mind-bending canon cannot be far behind.

1 comment:

Pete said...

I'm already working on a macroeconomic treatise that explains the global money supply, Federal Reserve System, complex credit derivatives, etc. within the context of the four dudes from Lucky Man. The older character whose name I can't recall at the moment(the loser who ran the landscaping business and enjoyed getting stoned with his teenaged employees) will play the part of Alan Greenspan.