Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman and Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie are some of the finest plays in the American history. Every high school kid is forced to read, analyze and write reports about these plays. Why? Looking at tragedies and analyzing how characters react to them and cope with loss/change is supposed to teach us valuable lessons about how to handle little things that life throws at us.
Next week I will be going on a vacation. And you’re not going to hear much from me. I know, I know, I’ve said this before but Katie is taking us on a cruise in the Bermuda triangle and now that we own yet another sports car I need to be on my best behavior.
But I am leaving you with a few queued blog posts on the “Death of the Services Salesman” in particular how the market developments and industry trends are making the “small” technology disappear.
I hope you enjoy it.
I also hope that you consider the arguments and the facts at their face value. Those posts are not written for attention or to pad the McDonalds Fry Boy salary Google Adsense brings from Vladville. I write them because as a leader in this space, I have a responsibility to offer an opinion for discussion. Something that has served my company very well through the years and I believe will make a difference in the future. If you read these as your obituary, that is your choice, I am hopeful that many will look at these facts – wake up – and be around to talk about it 10 years from now.
Thanks to all you do for me, Own Web Now, the Vlad Ferrari Fund and enjoy!