Do goals matter?

I used to think I knew how to set goals. That was, until I took Mike Gidlewski’s course (www.achievable.com) called Quantum Leap. There I learned that most of us, including myself, had goals that were hazy at best and most of the time they were in our heads – not on paper. Neither were they specific enough.

So, when I finally understood that, I began something new:

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The Problem with Standing Out

People like me are always urging you to differentiate from your competition. So, why is it so hard to do?

I think it starts with a belief learned early in life -the one that we have learned over time – it feels safer to go with the group- don’t rock the boat. Look at any field and you will see pack mentality in the way companies in any vertical express themselves. It’s safe AND it’s boring. Worse, when everyone looks the same and too safe no one remembers anything.

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Imprinting Memory

When people buy, many elements have to be in place. The experience you create encompasses the ways we are drawn to someone or something. We may like it, trust it or maybe it makes us feel like we will be better for using it. It tags our emotions and creates positive memories as well.

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Creating the Aha!

Creating  an aha for someone is mostly about connecting the dots on a subject that they don’t completely understand. However, before you can connect  those dots, you may have to engage their interest.  This is a bit trickier. Why because many people choose to skip this step and move right into telling. This creates the…

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