Broadcast Date: Saturday May 3, 2008. (Originally Broadcast in April, 2007)
Bill Clinton’s electoral victory of 1992 owed much to a four word phrase created by advisor James Carville: “It’s the economy, stupid”. It wasn’t an idea, or a slogan, but an insight. Join Terry O’Reilly as shows why an insight is at the heart of modern persuasion, and how insights fuel great ideas, art, and inventions.
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