James Webb Young


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James Webb Young (1886-1973) was an American advertising executive who became First Chairman of The Advertising Council.

He was inducted in the American Advertising Federation Hall of Fame.

Young received many honors and awards including the Advertising Man of the Year Award in 1946.

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A Technique for Producing I...

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“An idea is nothing more or less than a new combination of old elements (Quoted from Vilfredo Pareto)”
James Webb Young, A Technique for Producing Ideas

“In learning any art the important things to learn are, first, Principles, and second, Method. This is true of the art of producing ideas.”
James Webb Young, A Technique for Producing Ideas

“We tend to forget that words are, themselves, ideas. They might be called ideas in a state of suspended animation. When the words are mastered the ideas tend to come alive again.”
James Webb Young, A Technique for Producing Ideas
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