Caption Contest: What's Jason Cohen So Excited About?

It’s payback time.

In our first ever BoS caption contest we highlighted a photo of Paul Kenny from Business of Software 2011. We received a lot of good caption suggestions, but Paul chose Jason Cohen’s “Selling is really about getting your arms around their heads and blowing your features into their brains.” quote as the best one. So, we thought it would be only fitting to make Jason’s “prize” a starring role in the next caption contest 🙂

Jason is the founder of Smart Bear Software and WPEngine, and has been a BoS speaker for the last three years.

Leave your caption suggestions in the comments below.

Jason Cohen

Image credit: ©John M. P. Knox


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7 responses to “Caption Contest: What's Jason Cohen So Excited About?”

  1. Frank Slickman says:

    “….and then when I have finally closed the sale I do a little victory dance that goes like this……”

  2. Gregory says:

    Years of hard work to sell a company: over a million dollars
    3 days in Boston without diaper duty: Priceless

  3. Ricardo says:

    … and if blowing your features into their brains does not have the desired result, you smile and punch them in the gut and start all over again… the goal is to sell your product, one way or the other!

  4. I finally got Frank Slickman in a headlock but he was so oily he just slipped out.

  5. Austin Gunter says:

    Uh well-a well-a well-a huh / Summer fling, don’t mean a thing, but uh-oh those summer nights

  6. Paul Kenny says:

    Having run an embarrassing 5 minutes short on his presentation at Business of Software, Jason decided to delight the audience with a demonstration of his flossing technique.

  7. Ruby Sinreich says:

    “Now shout out a word and I’ll do a 5-minute improv sketch about it!”