Know your value in the marketplace. Be brave. Take risks. Grow. Take more risks. Grow some more. Repeat.
And be willing to walk away.
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Everybody’s doing it and nobody’s doing it.
Everybody’s talking about how tough things are.
But nobody’s upping their game and working harder than they ever have in their entire lives.
Except a few. (There’s always an exception to every rule)
You’ve read this past week about leaders and employees secretly whining and complaining.
It’s been going on for ages (almost as long as prostitution).
The reality, for me, is that I have never worked harder to do excellent work, and to do more of it.
You can’t be serious.
Hey, here’s a one-take-You Tube video from me again (howdy), jeff noel, the five-a-day blogger.
Are you starting to see how this might work for you? I mean, I’m just a common guy, working really hard at this social media phenomenon.
A few months back, I saw a You Tube video featuring Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger, answering questions as part of some panel.
What Bob Iger said, paraphrased from memory, was this, “Disney isn’t embracing social media. Disney is embracing the customer. The customer is embracing social media.”
Would your customers describe you or your business as hard working? You know, staying current and relevant with their needs and desires?
We would hope our answer is a resounding yes. Why? Because, our competition may be invisible at this point in history.
You see, there are others out there who can see something that our customers need and want, but our customers haven’t identified it yet. And neither have we.
Those other people who can see it? They’re changing the world.
Go Daddy is awesome. The past two days I’ve reconnected with Go Daddy, and remember why I love them so much.
They offer world class customer service. Consistently. Great product. Great price. Great selection. Great service.
That’s all a person can ask for, isn’t it? That a company would live up to their promise every day, with every interaction.
Impossible? Probably. But Go Daddy seems to have a much higher “success rate” than most companies I’ve worked with over 50 years.
Anyway, WordPress updates are done. Web analytics are clearer. Web statistics are way up. Double and triple in many areas. The reason? Because of people like you, reading this now.