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I am constantly amazed that this extraordinary writer was able to say so much so well. Well done, Jason Fox. Not only were you able to get inside the head of a living icon, you were able to use his beard to speak for him in a way that even he applauded.
Sure, it's a compilation of observations on the ad biz, but really, at its core, it is a treasury of wit and insight that gives voice to many of the universal truths that anyone in a customer -service field has experienced.
By nature of its concept, this collage of Tweets is an easy read, but the stellar writing is able (like any good fortune cookie has proven) to artfully show how wisdom is best communicated by few words.
You will immediately relate to the truths that come from "The Beard".
And you will think back to all those meetings where the end goal was lost as the team over-complicated another assignment.
Jason Fox reminds us that the best writing is honest and simple. And advertising really isn't as complicated as Sterling & Cooper wants you to believe it is.
The most impressive thing about this book is that the wisdom imparted from a collection of tweets is useful in any creative endeavor. I believe this book will be interesting to you if you do creative work and/or you are an entrepreneur or aspire to be one.
My only caveat would be for you to purchase the dead tree version of this book. The kindle version is tedious because of the way the book is formatted. You will find yourself flipping back and forth between "e" pages trying to read some of the pithier text. It takes away some of the magic.