Stop Looking Behind You (or Why Justin Timberlake Matters or Amanda Congdon’s Real Competition)
Nanjing Automobile, owner of what used to be MG of Birmingham, England, has decided to build a manufacturing plant in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Nanjing joins Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Hyundai with auto manufacturing plants all over the United States.
They say that high U.S. labor costs make manufacturing a losing business
But U.S. labor costs only seem to be a problem for U.S.companies.
Apparently, everyone can make money building cars in America -except Americans.
If you think you don’t have re-invent your product/service/self everyday you are doomed to become an Edsel.
And people still wonder why I think music is so important.
Here’s some brand new songs from old folks who seem to have no problem reinventing themselves…
(Complete new lineup except for Art)
(Financed upcoming album and video herself. Recorded album in 2 weeks)
(No one who matters remembers N’Sync)
Stop looking behind you.
I hope Amanda Congdon is wise enough to know that she needs to reinvent herself, fast.
No one cares about a former anything.
Her competition is everywhere.
Take a look at LisaNova.
Smart. Funny. Talented.
This chick rocks.
I don’t care who you are.
If you keep doing things the same way you are destined to still be driving a Hummer when gas prices reach $3.50 a gallon.
Stop Looking Behind You.
Keep your eyes ahead.
And pay attention.
You just might avoid the train.Explore posts in the same categories: Amanda Congdon, Automobiles, beyonce, Cars, Everclear, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Justin Timberlake, LisaNova, Madonna, manufacturing, Nanjing, Nissan, Toyota, Trains