Lessons to Learn About Business from Pink at the AMAs
While I don’t endorse treating your clients like they’re at a birthday party for six-year olds, you still have to leave them when an impression they will remember. That last few minutes of a sales call, a job delivery or even a phone call is what will stick with them. Make it count.
And finally, have fun. At one point in “Raise Your Glass,” Pink sings “Don't be serious.” And she does it with a smile and a giggle. And as she struts off the stage, she rubbed her pregnant belly. She wasn't trying to mask her emotions to maintain her edgy reputation. She was having fun, and you knew. And the fun was contagious.
It’s easy to get all caught up in the gloom and doom of what we hear and see in our industry everyday. We read about firms closing every week. None of us are immune from this news.
But how we react to it is up to us. You don't have to show your on the bandwagon to bankruptcy. Be a leader. Be the one that your clients want be around, the one that they want to associate with, the one they want to do business with.
“Raise Your Glass!”
You have to check out Pink’s performance on the AMAs. You can search for it on YouTube.