In many ways we are taught and trained to be quiet. We do not like people who talk a lot and who are loud. I remember seeing the commercial - “When E.F. Hutton talks, people listen.” That is because he was known to speak the truth and to not speak very often.
However, talking loud and a lot has become the norm lately. From the President to corporate CEOs, people must speak out or they are not remembered. I do not care too much about that, but unfortunately in order to be heard, you have to speak out loud and often. I guess there is no shame in that any more.
I suppose I am trying my best to speak louder using this newsletter, but I hope it isn’t too much. You need to speak clear, loud and often ... but you need to make sure you make sense. I still hate people talking too much, it is such a turn off. I hope I am not doing that.
Who is Ken Uchikura?
President / CEO
Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.