....they typically aren't the cookie cutter types are they?
|My previous career as a rockstar.|
Music Farm circa 2005.
Every band I have ever been in has bickered. I am still friends with everyone, but we inevitably disagreed on some sort of creative idea at some point. Everyone has their knowledge of music, ideas of what people want to hear, and what they are good at writing, and since no two people are alike you can imagine the potential for disagreement. I like to use this to my advantage. My friend Nick and I often like writing music together. We like very different music and we write very different music, but somehow we always bounce ideas off of each other until it becomes a hybrid of exactly what we want. The final product always comes out better after we have consulted with each other. I think these same principles will apply in the marketing and advertising world.
I will never be an all-knowing source of marketing and advertising information, nor will anyone else, but through working with a team of ultra-creative people, I can only imagine that the sky will look like a limit for antiquated ideas.