This is the best business advice for entrepreneurs.
Especially in these challenging times.
The Best Business Advice I Could Share with You Today
It was the result of a discussion with a colleague. The result is this video message:
This is why I believe in entrepreneurs.
The CEO with a vision.
The leader who refuses to blend in.
Because without them, we wouldn’t have innovation or great companies, great breakthroughs, and great new brands.
It is so sad I see too many entrepreneurs and business owners using old models that no longer work, or take years to see any return because they don’t have the right tools to help them to achieve their goals.
They fear continuing to hire the wrong people and continuing to lose money without any success.
Hear me out: you probably don’t have the patience to wait years for a result. Nor should you.
During my years of experience that I have been working with brands, I went through many if not all of the pitfalls you may have experienced, or that you are experiencing right now.
I learned what I didn’t know by having access to the right tools and trusting the people who helped me achieve the next level.
Avail yourself of the right tools for you.
You don’t need a style. A style needs you.
You don’t need a story. A story needs you.
You don’t need an image. An image needs you.
Without YOU, it’s all meaningless.
Stop overlooking the obvious, that thing that’s staring back at you in the mirror every day.
The Role of Innovation in Business Today (and Why Telepathy Is Not the Best Strategy)
As I said in this video, I believe in entrepreneurs, disruptors, and those who defiantly question the norm.
Who challenge the status quo.
Who question “the way it’s always been.”
To introduce a new way to get something done. In business. In daily activities. In life.
I know you because I share that fire that never quite goes out.
Like an itch you can never quite scratch.
Yet today, too many of us try tools that are merely cookie-cutter templates that water-down our offering, seeking to help blend in rather than elevating us so stand out.
I believe we were put here to cause a ripple, to stir up interest, and leave things better than when we arrived.
Fame vs. Legacy
Unlike fame which is fleeting, a legacy is something that lasts well beyond our first impression.
If you share my belief that great brands deserve more than some me-too template, that ordinary can become extraordinary, that words can become great stories, and that the right presentation can help you rise above the noise, I am here to help you.