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Philosophy 2018-02-11T22:26:00+00:00

Project Description

It all Started at the Lemonade Stand

Do you remember when you were a kid and you started your very first business venture? For most budding entrepreneurs, it was the classic lemonade stand. Everything you wanted to know about running a business can be learned by opening up and running a lemonade stand. A lemonade stand breaks down business concepts to a very basic level: you have a table with your goods on it, a sign, and a lot of grit. You are open for business. But add to that your start up budget, a business plan, some advertising, and pretty soon, an enterprising kid is learning the skill sets needed to be a successful Entrepreneur: the emotional skills in dealing with customers, self confidence in running a business, and the true grit that it takes to manage your way through a successful enterprise:

  1. Delivery the best product that you can
  2. Location, location, location
  3. Diversification can kill you
  4. Marketing & Advertising are necessary
  5. Don’t be shy with People
  6. Talk about the things your customers understand
  7. Have an end-game in mind

It’s OK to Think Out of the Box… but you Better Own that Box!

Design > Strategy > Success

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The 7 Principles for Effective Sales Communication

What your Say is What You Get

Sell to the Market that Already Exists

Squeeze the Most Juice out of that Orange

Cost is Whatever the Market Will Bear

Don’t March too far Ahead of the Band that you Can’t Hear the Music