Coronavirus and my state of mind

Hi people,

Let’s please keep in mind that the virus is still very serious but the taken measures in Switzerland they seem to pay off and situation is starting to stabilise. Which is very good and some businesses opened their stores this week in Switzerland, and I can only cross my fingers that we won’t have any setbacks.

Now from a marketing point of view, I was really looking forward to finally meet up with my longtime friend Mark Schaefer at his Uprising event in Knoxville, Tennessee in May. But unfortunately, the event got canceled but what’s even worse is that Mark caught the Coronavirus. Mark keeps his community informed about his health on a daily basis. And thankfully, thankfully, he’s recovering from the virus and I only wish him a speedy recovery.

This brings me to reflect on the past few weeks and I just feel fortunate during this time of uncertainty, where I’m grateful for the little things. And I believe going forward, I think we all will need to take more responsibility and balance out our actions.

Nevertheless, I’m starting to feel excited about coming out of this lockdown, even though the world will probably never be the same, but I’m fine with that. People stay safe, stay positive, and we keep in touch.

But remember, as long as the Matterhorn stands, everything is going to be alright. Cheers people from Gland. I’m actually in the Botanic Garden in Gland, which is right next to where I live. And this is the place where I usually take my lunch breaks to recharge my batteries over lunch, and I’m just hearing the lovely birds, smelling the lovely flowers and I’m just enjoying the moment.

Have a good day. Bye.

Greetings from a Swiss mountain guy;-)

Claude Oggier

More marketing questions? Call me at 0041-78-637-4314 and I am happy to help.

Coronavirus – Solidarity message

In solidarity with what’s happening around the globe, I also want to encourage you to simply stay home.

Stay positive and creative.

And we can all get through this healthy, if we follow the rules. I count on you and this time the beautiful Swiss mountains, they can wait a bit.

Well cheers people from my home office, and I’m really looking forward to see you soon again.

Greetings from a Swiss mountain guy;-)

Claude Oggier

More marketing questions? Call me at 0041-78-637-4314 and I am happy to help.

Is AI Going to Cause More Pain Than Anything Else?

You and I know that businesses need to adapt or die in today’s economics and yet artificial intelligence is about to change everything.

In my opinion, artificial intelligence (AI) is already surrounding us in many ways today and we can’t stop this evolution. Yes, many jobs will be replaced by robots but we as humans need to use our creativity to stay indispensable while working with robots.

Many newspapers and thought leaders share their opinions about AI and the way AI is going to change our lives forever.

Thought leaders talk about embracing AI and some are worried about how technologies will shape the future of many businesses.

Start listening to these leaders regarding AI and make your own opinion.

Jack Ma:

 

Elon Musk:

 

Bill Gates:

 

Jürgen Schmidhuber

 

What is your opinion about AI?

I am very curious to hear your thoughts.

Best,
Claude Oggier

Your brain accelerates recovery after a stroke by Tej Tadi

Being fascinated by technology and today’s machine learning I came across Tej Tadi’s TED talk in Lausanne. Tej Tadi is the Founder & CEO of  . MindMaze is the world’s leading Neurotechnology startup built on more than a decade of pioneering research at the intersection of virtual reality and neuroscience.

In times when everything seems to go by so fast take a step back and listen to what Tej Tadi has to say about your brain and help change the world.

 

Enjoy,

Claude Oggier

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