Donny deutsch dating advice

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Like many others, this smart business man watches trends and sees the writing on the wall.

Matchmakers like Patti Stanger and Matt Titus have paved the way for popularizing TV shows on dating, along with many others.

When you work on a political campaign, you don't set the strategy. " There's an old idea that certain accounts pay the rent and others are a creative showcase.

Four or five years ago, at the bottom of the food chain were pharmaceutical accounts.

But without saying it, almost axiomatically it can't happen. It's what people talk about: You're talking about politics, and then you're talking about pop culture.

The ultimate compliment I've received is people who know me say, "You're being yourself." If you lined up my skills -- my drive and taste level -- they're perfect for advertising.

Donny, a proverbial womanizer, who has been married and divorced twice has jumped on the dating advice band wagon. Would you take dating advice from a man who has been divorced twice and claims to LOVE women?

Yes, Donny Deutsch, Madison Avenue Ad Guy and cancelled CNBC TV Show Host (The Big Idea), Donny is a savvy opportunist.Last year, he launched a CNBC talk show, The Big Idea With Donny Deutsch, about which he says, contentedly, "some people like it and some don't." He has floated the idea of running for mayor of New York City. I knew I wanted to do something in the creative world. I said, "Put me in a corner," and started off getting accounts for myself. Once you realize there are no geniuses out there, you can think, "I can do that." One reason I've succeeded is I have that naive sense of entitlement.Here Deutsch, who is 47, shares some of what he's learned over two decades in the business world -- including some of the insights he is gathering for a book of advice to be published next fall: Often Wrong, Never in Doubt. Instead of trying to take over a business, I was building an agency within an agency. When I sold the company a few years ago, I couldn't figure out why I was doing it.In 2000 Deutsch sold the company to the Interpublic Group (he remains chairman and CEO; Deutsch Inc. I was still a kid, not taking it seriously -- and partying at night. I was born into the lucky sperm club: My father had an ad agency.had .16 billion in billings last year) and turned a portion of his restless ambition toward media. My father wanted to sell the company, and I told him not to. Instead of being an account guy, I wanted to work on new business.

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