[…] his excellent article, Brian Solis […]
Great post! I enjoy reading. I am very happy that I have a chance to read such an informative post. Hopefully, I’ll get more informative posts from you in the future. Thanks for sharing with us.
Follow the below link to get more famous news from around the world. https://newsandimages.net/newspapers/
نزدیک به 4 ماه قبل موسسه اس ال پی جنب محدوده روسیه شمالی جهت تهیه جدیدترین ترمووود جهان از درخت فنلاندی ایجاد گردید برای بهترین متد به منظور آشنایی به منظور جدیدترین ترموود
آمریکا جهت هزینه پرودیوس رنگ چوبی چون ساختمان 7 متود
Always great information Brian. You are a guiding light how to profit WHILE retaining our humanity ESPECIALLY in the digital world – rather than resigning ourselves to; successful business people, ending up mere ghosts in the machine. God Bless you and all. 🙂
[…] him to speak at your event or bring him in to inspire and change executive […]
The оther daｙ, whilee I was at wοrk, my cousin stole mу iPad ɑnd tested to ѕee if it can survive a
25 foot drop, jst ѕo she cаn bbe a youtube sensation. Мy apple ipad іs noww destroyed ɑnd
she hаs 83 views. I қnow thіs іs totally offf tolic but I had to share it ᴡith someоne!
[…] I was invited to present my findings on retail innovation at The Summit hosted by AT&T. I also cut right to the heart of […]
[…] invite him to speak at your event or bring him in to inspire colleagues and fellow […]
Thank you so much John. I really appreciate your support over the years! Love your comment 🙂
Hey there Brian!
There is so much to absorb in this great image, and I always learn something new and valuable from the thoughts you share. In this case, it’s precisely the point of your title – that magic happens outside of your comfort zone. I’d add a corollary to that, and it’s the idea that getting out of your comfort zone requires work (known in fitness circles as “no pain, no gain” – although it’s not always painful).
My favorite part of your message here is that “No matter what you sell, if it doesn’t connect with people – IT DOESN’T MATTER.” Why? Because it’s spot-on. In my current world of digital content-strategy, that idea looks very much like one of my mantras – which is that we should prioritize content creation and curation based on sales priorities and actual sales patterns. To me, a completed sale is the essence of a successful connection – it’s the customer who will gain value by using my company’s products and services. And when our content does a good job of building trust and articulating our value props, we’ve opened the customer’s eyes to the possibilities!