The Two Keys to Success for Companies: Math and Art | DailyVee 458 10 months ago

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If you have a company and you're trying to be successful, you need to find a balance between valuing the art and the math. Both are extremely important, but if you go too far on the art side of things, you'll spend $2 million dollars on a short video... To the contrary, if you go too far on the math side of things, you'll have the vulnerability of not having built up enough brand.

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