Get Some Perspective

Having a good perspective, moreover the proper perspective is essential to your being able to get an accurate picture of you.

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And Don’t Get Hurt Feelings over It Either

So, your business is growing. You have built something that works and you are ready to move forward and get even more customers. You have become established, and you are feeling pretty good about it. Walking into your next marketing endeavor, you think you know it all. Why aren’t you the premier company in the Dallas and Ft. Worth? That’s what you think to yourself as you smugly review how successful you have become.

Blow the whistle, throw the flag, or do anything else needed to take a time out for a moment.

It’s time to lose the ego, and you know who you are. Ego doesn’t do anything to help you build your business. The incredibly wise King Solomon once said “Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall.” (Proverbs 16:18). And, those words hold true today. If you are too proud of what you have done so far, you can become so comfortable in where your business is now that you forget to take care of the people.

What does this mean for you as a business owner? It’s time to understand just how important humility actually is. When you climb up the ladder of success, you have two options: you can lord over others how much higher you are than them or you can kneel and help others with a boost upward when they need it. Here’s a little piece of truth: the higher up the ladder you are, the farther you should reach down to help out.

In order to find your something worth living for you must first give up your desires and follow something bigger than you.

When it comes to marketing your business, this is a very easy concept you can grasp. Content marketing is becoming more and more main stream. The simple idea that you need to be offering more than what you expect to get in return. Servant leadership. Instead of approaching your marketing as if people should feel thankful they can do business with you, approach it in a way that you are thankful for each and every one of your customers. This humility will go a long way to build trust and loyalty from people. Sewell automotive in Dallas has built a whole business around this concept. Its working.

One way to reach out to people and to show that you really care about them on a personal level is through video production. Storytelling is much more powerful and honest than stating facts or bragging about your business. Tell the story of who you are, who your customers are, and what you do for others. Do this through powerful video, and House of Sticks is here to help you through collaboration efforts and professional, high quality video production.


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