Plenty, it seems.
If you believe the hype, Lady Gaga is the savior of the modern world. Or at the very least, she represents the best in new thinking, digital-savviness and business smarts that the Wall Street Journal says will redefine the music industry. For sure, there’s a lot the rest of us can learn from the quirky glam rock star – calling her eccentric belittles her calculated, well-orchestrated image and clever market positioning – as well.
Here’s what some people have wrote about Lady Gaga’s brilliance and the lessons we can glean:
How about branding? According to Asi Sharabi, brands can learn from Lady Gaga. Erik Olsen, as well, agrees that businesses should learn from Lady Gaga’s branding. If you’re a marketer, you won’t feel left out either. Advertising Age deems her a new media marketing genius. And how about 3 marketing lessons, courtesy of the Online Media Gazette?
How about if you’re a startup? Sam Huleatt at Leveraging Ideas distills Niederhoffer’s points into ideas for startups, while Business Insider shares 5 things you can learn from her. If you’re specifically a tech startup, here’s yet another 5 things you should know from Jawkstrap.
Finally, you can learn from Lady Gaga even if you’re over 50 years old and looking for a job.
After all, everybody – an individual, or a brand – wants to be something people go gaga over.