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David Ogiilvy's Best Advice for Business
Jul 23, 2009

The very popular television show "Mad Men" portrays a slanted depiction of Madison Avenue in the sixties.   That era in advertising, along with its fun and frivolity, also produced some of the most creative people ever to work in that industry  on behalf of clients.  David Ogilvy was recognized broadly as one of the very best. Today with media fragmentation and advertising ambiguity being discussed widely,  taking  the time to reflect on the advice of this great man as told  to Patricia Sellers of Fortune eighteen years ago is very worthwhile. 

 I met David Ogilvey early in my career and he was indeed  thoughtful, kind,  conversational, brilliant and very down to earth. These seven principles on business and life should be read by everyone in companies today . We should always Welcome Wisdom; it carries no expiration date.


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