As an advertising professional who also owns several ladders, I can confidently say that I’ve never found better insights on the top rung of even my 20-foot extension ladder. So why do we insist on using this expression in meetings? Where everything in marketing needs to “ladder up” to some mysterious other level. Once, I even heard a client talk about how we needed to “ladder over” to another benefit. It was like a whole new use of the imaginary marketing ladder that we all climb. Wait, you can use these things SIDEWAYS? In a way, that comment reminded me of the 2015 movie “Everest”, where the climbers had to walk across that ladder suspended over the icy gorge. You know the one. It was on the movie poster. Well, we all know how that ended for those climbers, right? Accepting that this expression isn’t going anywhere, let’s at least give others a visual warning for when you’re actively laddering up in your next meeting, brand planning session, or brainstorming… which, just like Everest, can be highly dangerous.

 

PRODUCT DETAILS

• A classic t-shirt that fits well for both men and women

• Soft and comfy with double stitching on the neckline and sleeves for durability

• 100% ring-spun cotton

• 4.5 oz/y² (153 g/m²)

• Pre-shrunk

• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping

• Quarter-turned to avoid crease down the center

Caution: Laddering Up T-Shirt

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