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This is the Cloud of Happiness. You may not have seen him in awhile, but he’s out there. Somewhere.
You want him in your life. Your customers want him in their lives, too.
How do you really feel about your customers? How do you really feel about your business?
So much of our business life is centered around managing the expectations, both our own and our customers. We often end up unhappy in our business because we’re not getting the results we expect. We’re disappointed. We’re afraid. We’re frustrated.
Sometimes our customers end up unhappy, too. They’re not getting what they thought they’d get. They’re disappointed. They’re afraid. They’re frustrated.
What are you gonna do about it? Anything?
It’s time to better manage the expectations – your own and those of your customers!
Thank YOU for listening.
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Today’s episode is the current iteration of the questions I’m asking in order to help me figure out what I want to be when I grow up. 😀
I’m always looking to ask better questions in order to come up with better answers.
At the 13:49 mark of this video I give a shout out to two people who have freely given me feedback:
I’m glad these guys are part of Inside The Yellow Studio. They’re generous with their thoughtful feedback. Check them both out.
These questions may be helpful to you, too. I hope so.
No, today’s show isn’t about hunting or fishing. If you’re a hunter or a fisherman you’ll be disappointed, but thankful. I’ve got nothing of value to share in those areas ’cause I’m an inexperienced idiot in both areas. But…
I have spent enough time inside Outdoor World to be impressed and to understand the lure (pun intended).
We’ve all got our own temptations. Things that draw us in and captivate us…sometimes for hours on end.
Distraction and focus are two very popular topics because they’re so universal. They’re also at the heart of this Outdoor World story.
Thanks for watching,
Thanks for watching!