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In Need of Shared Beliefs

August 20, 2021 | Tags:

As I drove to the office this morning, I heeded a newly installed stop sign placed at an intersection that I’ve been speeding through for years. I assumed that data had demonstrated a need for this brief pause in my drive, so I accepted the slight inconvenience as a necessary compromise between my time and […] Read More

Words and Their Consequences

January 8, 2021 | Tags: ,

On Wednesday morning, I was finishing my latest blog post. It was a predictable message, noting the odd human habit of taking stock of oneself on New Year’s Day and developing a plan for personal improvement. My resolutions email seemed appropriate and clever—right up until Wednesday afternoon. The events that occurred on the grounds of […] Read More

Why Words Matter

October 16, 2020 | Tags: ,

“Words Matter” is imprinted on the side of my coffee cup. It isn’t a particularly original message, but amplifying language is the core function of our business. If words didn’t matter, More Vang wouldn’t exist. Words are essential to the process of creating belief—the core need of all More Vang clients. We don’t buy a […] Read More

Brick & Mortar is Back

July 11, 2019 | Tags: , , ,

The online marketplace completely disrupted the retail shopping experience. But one of the original disruptors, Amazon, is steadily making their way back to brick and mortar stores. Now with 17 locations, the online brand has a very real physical footprint—and they are not alone. Other digitally native companies are making similar moves: Adore Me, Bonobos, […] Read More