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Contrarian Beliefs

Contrarian Beliefs

"Being a contrarian is not about being different; it's about challenging the norm effectively."

Contrarian beliefs can lead to unique innovations that differentiate businesses.

Encourage different perspectives in your team for out-of-the-box thinking.


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With 25 years in marketing, brand strategy, and mental fitness coaching, I focus on societal change, self-mastery, and fostering community to build a regenerative Africa. "The world is changed by your example, not by your opinion." - Paulo Coelho

Damon Centola's "Change" and its elucidated ideas provide invaluable insights into the underlying dynamics of societal change, offering businesses a blueprint for driving impactful innovation and growth in a complex world.

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