Talk is now even cheaper

For a long time, talk wasn’t cheap.

The few who represented the many with ‘talk’ — the CEOs, the MPs, the spokespeople — made the ‘doing’ possible for the many.

And the many who did the ‘doing’ didn’t need to talk… they needed to listen.

That’s changing.

Everyone has a voice now.

Everyone is learning to talk. Some better than others… some with original ideas and noble goals, and many others simply ramble incoherently.

But many nouveau-talkers have lost the art of ‘doing’.

The ability to do as they say.

To go where they point.

To prove what they claim.

To deliver what they promise.

The barrier of opportunity is still very low: say, do, go, prove and deliver.