It’s time to reinvent how thought leadership is delivered.

  • Well Read: According to a study conducted by LinkedIn, how many hours per week does the average executive spend consuming thought leadership content? (answer below)
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  • The loneliest number: According to recent research, how many close friends or confidants does the average American have? (answer below)
  • According to a LinkedIn/Edelman study of 1,200 executive-level respondents, 58% consume 1–3 hours of thought leadership content every week. ( LinkedIn)
  • According to a study conducted by Duke University and the University of Arizona, the average American has but one close confidant. ( Insider)

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Founder/CEO of Turbine Labs. I write about information access, overload, and bias, as well as our AI-powered software. (turbinelabs.com / @turbinelabs)

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Founder/CEO of Turbine Labs. I write about information access, overload, and bias, as well as our AI-powered software. (turbinelabs.com / @turbinelabs)

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