Get Different! You Owe it to Your Clients, Your Teams and Yourself!

Are you good at what you do? Do your clients, and your people know and love you? Do you ever feel like you’re a “best kept secret?” If so, read the book Get Different! By entrepreneur, business writer Mike Michalowicz who recently gave me a well-deserved “slap in the face” when we got together recently to work on his talk.

Mike pointed out that we owe it to prospective clients to let them know what we can do for them – to ensure they end up with the best product, experience, or outcome. Being a “best kept secret” is not an ego trip, nor is it a revenue producer. It’s really a “rip off” of the very people who could really benefit from our experience and expertise!

It’s the same for you! Whether you’re an entrepreneur running a business, or an employee working on your personal brand, you’re always “marketing” your talent. I believe you owe it to yourself and to others to get noticed, so you can be of service. And, the way to do that is to Get Different! In this 3-minute video I plead the case!

If you want to be a stand out leader, book a 15 minute discovery call with me here and we’ll talk about you and your goals: https://calendly.com/johnbates/15min

IT WILL BE THE BEST CALL YOU MAKE TODAY.

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