Nothing terrifies a troll more than its own reflection,” Sheen continues, before shifting gears into politics.
Thinking of this stuff from a marketing standpoint now.
Over promising and delivering little is not a game plan for, well, 'winning' anything. Sheen said it was gonna rock. Sheen said it was going to be totally f'n awesome.
But he didn't deliver.
Do we deliver what we promised to deliver?
Are we prepared to go into the battle of production with the planning and intelligence that it takes to create the image needed.
Sure there are time when we are seemingly flying by the seat of our pants, but there is still a plan. It may have gone astray, but we make sure that enough remnants of it remain to keep us on the right track.
Sheen felt entitled to bullshit the audience. He felt he didn't need to deliver anything of value, as they were getting 'him' and what else is needed?
Take a look at the train wreck called Charlie Sheen and ask if there is anything to learn about how we present ourselves and our work to the people who really DO want us to win.
It can and will be enlightening. And occasionally it can be as terrifying as reading the words "before shifting gears into politics."