Here goes blog quote #395...
"When your work speaks for itself, don't interrupt."
I believe Kaiser is telling us... less blah,blah,blah, and more show. If your work is that good, you don't need to "hard sell" it to people. They will notice and figure it out on their own. That doesn't mean you can't tell people about it or get it out there for others to see it. You can be certain, if you do exceptional work, the word will eventually get around.
Which brings up another point. Shouldn't we spend less time selling our products and more time on PERFECTING whatever our offering is? Build the best 'whatever', and make sure that it over exceeds expectations on it's intended job. Make it the BEST 'problem solving item' , and you will have more sales than you know what to do with.
Less rah, rah, and more performance. It's what all of us really want, isn't it?
That's my view...what say you?