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|“I don't set trends. I just find out what they are and exploit them.” Dick Clark |
Introduction Last chapter's discussion of support and resistance levels provides a
natural progression into trends and trendlines. There are three types of trends: up
|“I don't set trends. I just find out what they are and exploit them.” —D ICK CLARK, |
AMERICAN BANDSTAND IN ESSENCE, MEGATRENDS ARE POWERFUL
technological, economic, and social forces that develop from a groundswell (
|Strategies and Lessons to Maximize Sales, Profits, and Customer Service |
Richard L. Gordon. Wayne Gretzky “I don't set trends. I just find out what they are
and exploit them.” Dick Clark Watching Trends And Learning From Other
Retailers 2 ...
|76 Similarly, in March 1960, a month before he testified to the subcommittee, |
Clark told an interviewer: “I don't set trends. I just find out what they are and
exploit them. ... Like any businessman, the desires of my customers must come
|don't set trends. I just Rising interest rates can cause postponement find out what |
they are of plant construction. Job sharing, flextime, and and I exploit them. even
day care are becoming more common because — DICK CLARK' of social ...
|“I don't set trends,” said Clark. “I just find out what they are and exploit them. |
When you get down to it, I'm mostly a businessman who's beginning to learn to
be a performer. Like any businessman, the desires of my customers must come
|I. don't. set. trends. I. just. find. out. what. they. are. and. exploit. them. DICK. |
CLARK. would become typified by then 16-year old Brian Hyland's Itsy Bitsy
Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini in 1960. Instead of the original
|Previously I had sought to identify trends that looked pretty obvious when they |
are set out on a page - trends that ... Now I am beginning to believe that changes
in horse racing don't usually occur smoothly and progressively over a period of
years. ... What I find interesting (and a little worrying) about this is that although
policy changes by the key people and ... Better still, you should take the changes
themselves as a starting point and devise an entirely new system to exploit them.
|Turns out that people new to a process, problem, or organization (“entrants”) are |
responsible for the most ... They also don't have the luxury or comfort of having
had a previous success—so they have to make an effort to earn rave reviews. ...
Sometimes just sitting at a different desk gives you a new outlook or eliminates
the usual distractions. ... your scene is) are often able to spot trends and exploit
them based on what people aren't doing, or based on what they could be doing
|"It s just the art of creativity and people being open-minded," he says from his |
home in Los Angeles. "It's like Miles Davis ... And people who criticize it don't
really know hip hop's history. ... Consider the slate of artists they're set to work
with next: Spears, Lindsay Lohan, and Kylie Minogue. ... "If they see a trend, they'
re gonna exploit the hell out of it. ... "Now you've got pop records with breaks in
them, you've got rap records with sung hooks, you've got T.I singing with an