Marketing Morsel - June 2021

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This month the dictionary is our guide to success in business. I have chosen to share some key words that keep me focused on each task I tackle and motivate me to perform better today than I did yesterday. No two of us are alike, and I assume each of us lives by our own words of inspiration. Here are a few of mine. Perhaps you will share yours with our Morsel readers as well. Send them and I will create a “collection post” on my website. Let us start with:


I learned a lot from having McDonald’s as a client for over 25 years. Here is an example - Founder Ray Kroc once said “Press on. Nothing in the world takes the place of persistence.”


Love what you do, and it will show up in the work you produce. It is always better when attacked with passion.


Always, always, communicate from the customers’ point of view. You are in the business of solving someone else’s problem. Or you have a hobby. Your choice. Remember, your brand is someone else’s perception of who you are and what you do.


Make it a point at the end of each day to ask yourself “What did I learn today that I did not know yesterday?” Answer with honesty.


Work with people you trust. And prove to them, through your actions, that you deserve their trust in return. Working partnerships breed success.


There is always a new and different way to accomplish a task or arrive at a goal or strategy. Never settle for “business as usual” or “that’s the way we have always done it.”


Abraham Lincoln once said, “And in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count, it’s the life in your years.” Right on Abe! I am with you on that one. Wishing you a big June. Mask off…and bust out a good one!

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