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The Week That Was: “To Live Happily Ever After, You Have To Make Magic And Sell It.”

What “Jack And The Beanstalk” Can Teach You About Pitching Clients. "It’s not enough to make magic. You have to sell it, too, if you want to live happily ever after." --Brian Millar, strategy director, Sense Worldwide. NASA’s Psychedelic Concepts From The 1970s Are Still Inspiring Today. Suburban tract houses in a rainbow-colored wormhole floating through the cosmos? Sold.
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