by Nick Miller of Clarity Advantage
In which we are reminded that there ain’t no such thing as a commodity if we consider buyers’ preferences and their buying experience.
The golden New Hampshire morning sun was three hours old. Under a perfect sky, the campus and her students lay still on a Sunday morning. And, then, we were awake.
The powerful opening strains of Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor played at Led Zeppelin volume. I’d never heard it before.