all they do is give speeches, repurpose quotes from other people that have actually made a contribution, write articles with link bait headlines, jump from one client/agency to the next and pontificate endlessly without ever actually creating anything of value in this world.
Just so I’m clear, you’re predicting the end of ad agencies in 2016.
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A thousand times yes. I do agree with his premise that we need to be pushing ourselves to do more and to anticipate, but I think that sometimes disruptive is just a fancy way of saying getting shit done and turning heads. Thank you.

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