I keep wondering, “am I the only person who views society as robots except for those guys who create Sci-fi content?”. It is insane to me because most of what they create is actually happening in society, it is not futuristic or out of this world. Do people really observe the world they live in? I doubt it.
We are sold so much content through advertising, the internet and television. The terrible thing is that we are not choosing what to buy, we are buying everything. It seems like we are coded to behave in certain ways. Pop culture has really taken over the world.
I watched “irobort” the other day, and I saw the robots as human beings, one day we will all be commanded by one man, and so far it seems like Zuckerberg will be that man because he is coding us the best.
Ideas are sold to us daily through different streams of media and we buy them without thinking, the “bad” ideas are the easiest to buy because they look so “good” (fast food, porn, luxury, and insurance are just a few bad ideas). “Who ever controls the media controls the mind” – Jim Morrison
Botlhale • Mos
Just over thinking, maybe not.
This is how Trump won.
Populism is “the support for the concerns of the ordinary people“. Populists are usually the largest group in a population.
Populism is traditionally used by political leaders as a political tool to rally ordinary people to agree and vote for policy reforms which favour ordinary citizens, populism is being used differently today by the business world.
Populism drives commerce. It is used by business leaders to build brand love around their products and services. Entrepreneurs become captains of industries when they build the best brand love around their companies. Consumers get to a point where they buy the brand at premium prices instead of the quality or quantity of the product or service. Branding is a tool which is used to build a populist culture in the business world. It rallies people towards a brand and that allows certain brands to be more popular and more successful than others.
Almost all the time; popular brands are successful in commercial activities than their unpopular counterparts. It is a system which has proven to work in politics, in business and even in religion.
Building the best brand love results in success because people naturally want to associate themselves with a perception or concept of success, quality, class, style, taste and excellence. Building this brand love requires the entrepreneur to create a perception which would attract populists.
Christianity is the biggest and the most successful brand in the world, because the story of Jesus Christ has been packaged,branded and distributed better than any other religion in the world. The success of Christianity depends on its popularity.
Populism drives the world, everything is done the way it is done today to serve or exploit populists. Anything new is done with the optimism to change and Pioneer a new culture for populists
THINK ABOUT IT!
How does a brand grow?
Botlhale • Mos