2008 Quought for the Day #11 – Thomas Clifford

2008 Quought for the Day #11 – Thomas Clifford

By Rajesh Setty on Fri 01 Aug 2008, 4:00 AM – 2 Comments


This is part of the Quought for the Day – 2008 Series.

Quought = Question that provokes thought!

The question I asked thought leaders and my very smart friends is:

What is ONE question that you wish someone had asked you when you were young? And, Why?

I will be posting answers (which will be Quoughts) one by one.This one is from Thomas Clifford

Thomas Clifford is a seasoned, multi-award-winning, corporate documentary filmmaker. For 23 years, organizations like Deloitte, MassMutual, UCONN and the Epilepsy Foundation commission Thomas to create authentic videos to strengthen their brand. His work has been on PBS, MTV, AFC Championship.

Tom’s Quought

Would you like a mentor?

Tom’s reason for choosing that Quought

Because I didn’t have a mentor until four years after graduating college. I would have jumped in a heartbeat to have someone extend their helping hand to help me navigate the confusing “whitewater” noise of post-college life.

More Links to Tom:

1. Tom’s ChangeThis Manifesto: The Client’s Survival Guide to Corporate Video Storytelling 

2. Tom’s Site: DirectorTom: Bringing Brands to Life!


3. Tom’s LinkedIn Profile: Thomas Clifford


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2 Comments so far, Add Yours

Aniket Ray  on August 1st, 2008

Lately, I’m getting the feeling that too many quoughts are diluting the effect that they may have. Won’t Quought + a post discussing the importance, views on that quought be more effective? Otherwise, your blog is great and being a regular reader, I’d like to thank you for it.

Rajesh Setty  on August 1st, 2008

Thank you for sharing your comment Aniket. The approach I was taking was to also highlight thought leaders that Life Beyond Code readers should know.

I have to add my thoughts to the quought and I am guilty of not doing that :(

Thank you for your support.



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