Best Practices for the Art of Marketing You
by Patricia Feager, 4/19/19
There are many factors why relationships matter. If you were born into a family that plays or stays together you're one of the lucky ones. If you are a business owner and on average all clients are previous clients or referrals, you must be very successful and others are content with how you do business.
"You never really understand a person until you consider things from his
point of view... until you climb into his skin and walk around in it."
--- Aticus Finch, the fictional lawyer in To Kill a Mockingbird
A first impression must be favorable and unforgettable. It makes you take notice with undeniable curiosity without a flaw in judgment, especially when someone is different. Beware of people who make cruel assessments about others and those who plant seeds in your head. I am not one of the Silent Generation, born between 1925-1945, which according to census records was comprised of 24.9 million in 2018. However, I wonder what it would be like to listen harder to a radio station where family members gather together in their living room to hear the news of the day when all you got was the facts.
Does a first impression set the tone of what's next? I like to see people in person to read their face, feel their smile, to laugh and learn something about each other without force, intimidation of cameras or distractions by technology. A first impression commands the truth regardless of whether it is good or bad. A good impression may cause you to want more. A great first impression can bring about positive change, a victory, or teach us something new. What's next, is up to you.
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