The Greatest Quote from Barack Obama v. Mitt Romney Election 2012

November 7, 2012 by

Presidential Election 2012 Debate Mitt Romney (R) versus Barack Obama (D)

With the 2012 President election results now in …

.. and Barack Obama delivering his victory speech to a boisterous crowd in Chicago following Mitt Romney’s concession speech to an equally-excited crowd in Boston, we realized that we had heard a lot of great statements made by both of these great politicians over the course of this political season. But in our minds, there was one quote we heard during this election season that stuck out above the rest. And guess what? It wasn’t uttered by either of the Presidential candidates. Instead, this great quote was provided by American Apparel VP of Marketing Ryan Holliday. Ryan wrote …

“When intelligent people read, they ask themselves one simple question: What do I plan to do with this information?”

Which got us thinking: As you produce work, try asking yourself the same question.
  • What do I personally plan to do with this information?
  • What should others do with the information I am presenting them?

Happy Election Season!

Mike Krass, CEO of MKG Media Group Mike Krass | CEO & All-Around Nice Guy Aside from being the CEO of MKG Media Group, Mike is a dark beer aficionado with a healthy appetite for travel and pushing personal boundaries. A proud graduate of the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University, Mike currently calls San Francisco home. Feel free to contact him via Twitter & Email: mike@mkgmediagroup.com

 

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