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October 21, 2016
You want to be better than your peers? The secret is in the DO. If you take action on your plans? You are already better than a majority of people. No matter how simple some things are, people are often afraid, lazy, question too much, think too much, and procrastinate. That’s how they fall off. That’s where you come in. Action sprints ahead. It’s that simple, but not easy. Are you one of them?
October 20, 2016
October 19, 2016
Your brand is one piece. That means, it is connected to every component of your company. You can’t think about branding in isolation. You need to think about your operations, your distribution, your customer service, your financials. It is like your body. It is one piece. You cannot just think about your face. You need good a diet, rest, exercise to look good. You can’t look very good when you have diarrhea. Yeah, it’s a stupid example, but you get the idea. Are you missing the bigger picture?
October 18, 2016
October 17, 2016
Tough questions make you better IF you take up the challenge to answer the question earnestly. Think about all the tough questions you have answered in your life so far. From when you were in school to when you joined the society as a worker ant. The more tough questions you tackle, the better you get at solving them. Some questions will remain hard to answer, but you will be less afraid of answering them. I think the rewards from getting good at answering tough questions are worth it. Why are you afraid?
October 14, 2016
October 13, 2016
Your user’s experience must reflect the story that you tell. If you say you are a 5-star hotel, then deliver on the 5-star service. If you say you deliver 10mb of bandwidth, then deliver an experience that reflects that 10mb. There is no point in arguing with the user. The user experience is a rating that happens on a daily basis. And you better make sure you meet those expectations. Because perception shapes reality. One might even argue, perception is reality. How good is your service?
October 12, 2016
“He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand, and walk, and run, and climb and dance. One cannot fly into flying,” said Nietzsche. Patience is a necessity for most skills. Patience itself is a skill. You can learn it. Some people become very good at it, others not so. But it can be learned. Do you have the patience?
October 11, 2016