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Driving Your Future Media Leader Success

How STEVE JOBS would drive APPLE in 2025+?

It is impossible to accurately predict what Steve Jobs would have implemented by the year 2025, as he passed away in 2011. However, based on his previous visions…

How STEVE JOBS Created Apple?

Problem: In the mid-1970s, the world was in the midst of a technological revolution. Computers were becoming increasingly prevalent in businesses and institutions, but they were far from…

Comparing FACT- FICTION- FAKE

Fact, Fiction, Fake: A Comprehensive Analysis Definition: The terms ‘fact’, ‘fiction’, and ‘fake’ are often used interchangeably in casual conversation, but they each have distinct meanings that are…

Thriving the End-Game: BEST CHESS and BUSINESS Strategies

How can I convert Chess Strategies into Business Strategies Chess strategies can indeed be applied to business strategies, as both involve strategic thinking, planning, and decision-making. Here are…

Thriving Change from Dictatorship to Democracy

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Agent Provocateurs UNDERMINING MOVEMENTS (4)

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Agent Provocateurs CHAOS in SOCIAL MEDIA (2)

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Making 50 Logical Conclusions about MEDIA LEADERSHIP

1. Media leadership requires a deep understanding of the media landscape and its impact on society.2. Media leaders must be adaptable and open to change in order to…

Cracking the Evidence Code: FAKE,OPINION, FACT

FACT, FAKE, and OPINION are three distinct categories that play a significant role in shaping our understanding of the world. Here is a critical evaluation of their differences:…

Cracking the World Population Reduction Code: KNOCKING ON THE GATES OF HELL

The Dark Side of Philanthropy: How Billionaires are Pushing for Population Reduction In recent years, there has been a growing concern about the influence of billionaires in philanthropy….

10 Top Strategien um FAKE von FACT zu unterscheiden

1. Überprüfen Sie die Quelle: Überprüfen Sie die Glaubwürdigkeit der Quelle, von der die Informationen stammen. Sind sie bekannt für ihre Zuverlässigkeit und Unvoreingenommenheit? 2. Überprüfen Sie die…