I WONDER (Part III)

Posted on December 29, 2005. Filed under: people, smarter |

What does it take for the next generation online business superstars – we Martin is a good example:

Martin Schaedel is by far the most shining star on talent scene in the internet industry. At Lund & Kenner we are very proud to have Martin in our team. We do not blieve en veru tigth structures – but we have already partnered with Martin on a couple of projects. The real value of a tommorows superstar like Martin – is not only the speed of neural network in the brain – its way more about understanding online business – knowing information from propagande and understanding the difference between paid search and natural listings and take it into brick and morter business. (Well maybe people who read this – doesnt even know this 😉

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Regarding the word “superstar”… uhm… You might want to get Martin’s opinion on that word. He hasn’t really been all that “visible” for a few years, by choice I’d guess.

Oh, and Happy New Year /claus

Visibility is a choice. When you don’t speak at conferences, some think it’s because you’re not doing anything “great”, but for some people, it’s because we don’t want to be distracted from our current mission. Secondly, conference goers operate in the present and past and can’t articulate the future.

An old quote comes to mind on “visibility”:
“Never throw your pearls before swine”

Good point – its about choice! It all is – i think.


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