The Layman Theory!!

Layman: A person who is a non-expert in a given field of knowledge.

According to Wikipedia article, to put something in layman’s terms is to describe a complex or technical issue using words and terms that the average individual (someone without professional training in the subject area) can understand, so that they may comprehend the issue to some degree.

Introducing Layman! Layman is the you and me who form personal, informal and sometimes mis-informed opinion(s) about a product or service. If Layman’s point of view is wrong about a particular thing, then that thing is probably not good for Layman, and the product is wrong/bad according to Layman, no matter what official research, professionals and polls say.

It’s about time you listened to Layman. It’s about time you explained your complex issue/product/service/theory in simple Layman’s terms.

Cos in the new world order, Layman determines everything. Layman’s views determines how right or wrong, good or bad your product or service is.

Listen to the Layman. Focus on the Layman.

Have a great weekend. 😀


15 thoughts on “The Layman Theory!!

  1. Good one Ochuko
    The layman is the most important customer
    We should always break down anything, language, instruction or information for the layman to understand

    ….after all we are all laymen at one issue or the other.

    • Yes, and in addition, everything that’s good for layman to know should be explained in layman’s terms.
      How’s your weekend going?

  2. Hi Ochuko

    my first time here…the post is simple but powerful and loaded. There is no point in complicating matters. We have got to learn to keep things simple!

    Great weekend!

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