The GREATS make it look easy only after putting in HOURS and HOURS of practice/preparation. When you’ve put in the hours of work necessary to achieve recognition and a consumer audience that buy enough of your services/products consistently enough where you’re sustainable (profitable) financially, you will feel like Marvin Gaye in this Video.
"Don’t go looking for Atmosphere, you must take it with you" - Geoffrey Holder’s Dad.
This quote applies to every business that wants to become or remain profitable. The vibe/energy you bring to the work place and to your customers represents your (your business’) brand. It goes without saying that it should always be positive and upbeat even when you’re in a bad mood.
If your having problems with keeping employees, low employee moral, or gaining more customers, take an honest look at how people respond to your energy when you meet them for the first time and when meeting with them on a regular basis. Also, look at how people respond to your employees because everyone of them (employees) represents your/your business brand.
Consistently saying “Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening” with confidence along a smile and firm handshake is underrated. This is even MORE important for business owners who sell or want to see products/services at premium/upscale rates.
People never want to associate with from someone who has low morale and most likely will NOT buy anything from them. Therefore, any and all negative employees (regardless of title) should immediately be removed from any business that wants to be successful because their attitude is like a cancer that can spread rapidly throughout a workplace (this can kill any business-even one’s with great products and services).
When your business provides more than what is expected, it will always generate that WHOAH/WOW/DAMN/SPEECHLESS factor in a positive manner. Creating this feeling consistently allows you (the business) to charge a premium for services/products and the consumer won’t even care what he/she has to pay for it.
Is your business making customers feel like the people sitting in this audience listening to this live performance by Rachelle Ferrell and Will Downing?
If not, then the business products/services are most likely average or mediocre. How can we make it better??????? NEVER SETTLE FOR AVERAGE/MEDIOCRE.
If you, you’re brand or business is not great and you DO NOT intend it to be great and you’re ok with that, please stop reading this blog cause it won’t help you.
Part 2: How Bad Do YOU WANT TO BE SUCCESSFUL??
How are you revolutionizing your industry and the world to make history? Tell us your story either here on this blog or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We want to hear and feel your voice.
Innovation is based on the implementation of creative ideas that people (consumers) adopt. Listening to this BEAT by Bizmarki and Marley Marl is one way we remain in the flow to constantly develop new creative ideas. That may involve merging a combination of different, unrelated ideas together to create a whole new BOOM. Like this beat, it includes samples from these songs of Isaac Hayes and Steam. There are no standard set of rules to being creative. YOU ARE IN CHARGE OF YOUR CREATIVE DOMAIN. This is why we love it and the whole process of Marketing.
Create, Innovate, implement, and learn.
Whether you like or hate this song by Tedashii, we love the meaning and motivational messages behind it. You can do anything and achieve any goal you want.
Most business owners claim to leaders; but ask many of them “What innovations they’ve made or are attempting make that revolutionizes their industry while improving our society?” and you’ll receive a blank look or stare.
Leaders take risks, listen, persevere, create, innovate, communicate well, learn from setbacks/failures, experience setbacks/failures often, help others achieve their dreams, work smart and hard, understand the value in presentation, always crave knowledge, ask for help, and solve problems.
Obviously Michael Jackson taught those who were lucky enough to see him perform a lot about presentation.
In terms of business and marketing, does your presentation:
1) Excite your intended audience?
2) Get to the point?
3) Get to the point before your intended audience begins to get bored?
Everything about your business should say “YES” to these questions!
Components of Success:
1) Philosophy- How you think.
2) Attitude- How you feel.
3) Action- What you do.
4) Results- Measure often to see if you’re making progress.
5) Lifestyle- The kind of life you can make for yourself out of the first four pieces.
- Jim Rohn