Thought for the Day syndrome

Mark discusses the concept of “Thought for the Day Syndrome” in British radio and how it can apply to business content creation. He explores the pressure to consistently produce content and the tendency to find connections and analogies that may not always be relevant. Mark invites you to give yourself permission to not post and shares his commitment to providing valuable content without resorting to forced associations.

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