Kenneth Keys

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The End Of Advertising As We Know It–And What To Do Now

AKQA’s Rei Inamoto argues that the thing we call advertising is over and offers four guidelines for moving into the next era, when 365-day connection, people-focused stories, and business invention will be key.<p>“How are we supposed to judge a creative idea versus a product idea?”<p>This was a question …

Why Productive People Have Empty Schedules

What’s the one resource you can’t borrow, invest, or recover? Time. Lessons on guarding yours by Warren Buffett, Peter Drucker, Charles Dickens, Reddit CEO Yishan Wong, and others.<p>Back in 1991, Warren Buffett met Bill Gates, though as he tells Levo League, neither of them were excited to see one …

Bill Gates

10 Job Interview Tips From A CEO Headhunter

Whether you’re being interviewed to be an intern or a CEO, you’re going to run into a few notoriously tricky questions–here’s a road map of what you’ll be asked, and how to craft impressive answers to even the toughest questions.<p>No two situations are ever exactly the same, but as a general guide, …

Employment

Do Like Steve Jobs Did: Don’t Follow Your Passion

Steve Jobs didn’t start Apple because he loved technology. This excerpt from “So Good They Can’t Ignore You” tells the much messier story behind the old saying, “do what you love.”<p>In June 2005, Steve Jobs took the podium at Stanford Stadium to give the commencement speech to Stanford’s graduating …

Silicon Valley

A (Silver Linings) Playbook For Collaboration: Oscar Nominees Russell And Cassidy On The Art Of The Edit

Director David O. Russell and editor Jay Cassidy detail the collaboration that led to eight Academy Award nominations.<p>David O. Russell has, as many will attest, his own way of shooting a movie. “He’s not hanging out in video village [like most directors do],” explains Jay Cassidy, Oscar-nominated …