You and I both know it’s true. Almost every CEO out there needs some to stand up and say, ” That’s stupid. ”
A stupidity detector, in other words. Someone who can’t be fired for telling the truth.
Someone who will not say yes, when the answer should be no.
If you’re like me, you’re a customer more than you’re a salesman. Every day, I buy from more people than I sell to.
Breakfast, coffee, newspaper, lunch, afternoon pick-me-up drink, such as a tea from Starbucks, dinner, range balls at the club, new shoes, micro-fiber shorts or slacks, new Tommy Bahama silk shirt off eBay, ink carts from Staples, razor blades, socks, etc.
Most of the CEO’s of these companies needed someone to tell them, ” That’s stupid “, when they came up with some of their policies, ad campaigns and slogans.
We, as a group, can come up with some help for these poor over-worked CEO’s who need a stupidity detector around to help them see thru the evil plans of some of the ad agencies that bring these stupid commercials to them for approval.
Someone to say ” Not a freakin’ chance ! “, when a graphic design company brings in some ugly-ass logo.
We can help them Just Say No to an idiotic slogan.
We can help them change some of the policies that say, ” We think you’re stupid ” to their customers.
How can we help ?
By blogging about every instance we find where a stupidity detector could have prevented the sad circumstances.
By writing a paper or creating an info-product of some kind detailing their needs for this new breed of corporate hero, hereafter called the VP of Stupidity Detection.
When you find an instance of need for us to guide the CEO of the offending company, send me the details and I’ll have our ownVP of Stupidity Detection, that would be me, contact them and offer his guiding hand in removing the offending circumstance.
You can post it on your own blog/site, you can comment or Trackback here, you can email me, whatever turns your wheels … Just Do It !
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