In my opinion, yes.
It’s enough to at least make me think things through again.
When someone like Frank Schilling or Rick Schwartz says something you don’t agree with, you should at least start acknowledging the fact that you might be wrong.
In other words, you should at least thoroughly re-analyze the issue in question.
If you’re bullish on new gTLDs vs. dot coms like Frank, the fact that Rick is bearish in that respect should at least make you acknowledge the fact that you might be wrong.
The same way, if you’re bearish on new gTLDs vs. dot coms like Rick, the fact that Frank is bullish in that respect should at least make you acknowledge the fact that you might be wrong.
What I’m trying to tell you is this: when someone as successful as Frank or Rick says something, you had better listen.
Even if it goes against everything you believe in or actually, *especially* if it goes against everything you believe in related to that industry.
Some people say you should analyze the message and not the messenger.
I’m not sure I agree with that.
In a world like ours where you are flooded with messages from various messengers each second, I’d say analyzing the messenger becomes quite important if you value your time and sanity
And if the messenger is someone you respect and who has a proven track record such as Frank or Rick, listen to all of that person’s arguments very carefully, exponentially more carefully in fact and thoroughly re-think everything.Advertisement: DomainingServers.com lets you host UNLIMITED domains at $0.98/month and we're putting a LIFETIME money back guarantee on the table (if you're not satisfied, we'll issue a full refund). To place an order, click HERE.