Those of you old enough to remember the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia will recognize his insight in a quote provided by Jeff Thull our Fortune Sales & Marketing Growth Summit keynote speaker and author of Mastering the Complex Sale. Jeff said most of us are working way too hard. He had insights into how to change that, starting with this advice, "you don't want to be the best of the best at what you do." Rather follow Jerry Garcia's observation, "You want to be considered the only one who does what you do." You can build your Brand Promise around an uncommon offering like that.
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Yesterday was the first half day of Gazelles International Coaches Summit in advance of the Fortune Sales & Marketing Growth Summit here in Las Vegas. One of the breakout sessions pooled our coaches on the resources and techniques they use to discover our client's Brand Promise and BHAG.
In Mastering the Rockefeller Habits Verne Harnish states that to become and remain competitive your company needs three things: