Marketing just in Four Step Only

A photo by Tim Arterbury. unsplash.com/photos/VkwRmha1_tI

This via Seth Godin is too good not to share:

The first step is to invent a thing worth making, a story worth telling, a contribution worth talking about.

The second step is to design and build it in a way that people will actually benefit from and care about.

The third one is the one everyone gets all excited about. This is the step where you tell the story to the right people in the right way.

The last step is so often overlooked: The part where you show up, regularly, consistently and generously, for years and years, to organize and lead and build confidence in the change you seek to make.

The first three steps are easier to do and do not require much work. Well, to be fair, the first one is the easiest while the second and the third do take effort.

But that last one is so crucial – just showing up consistently and generously for years and years and years and years. That is the thing that differentiates you (and I) from everyone else who is, essentially, trying to do the same thing.

You and I get to decide on what that thing is, the “change” that you want to make in the world. That’s the neat thing about all this as you and I are more in control than we could possibly imagine.

Advertisements

Author: Yogesh P. Bhadja

The internet is a pissing ground for assholes! They’re more commonly called jerks and I also call them INTERNET JERK GANGS. Everyone has an opinion (including me) about everything under the sun and I think we have a right to express it without being dumb unless we’re clearly asking for it. If I don’t agree with what I take a moment to decide whether or not I want to get involved in it or not for the scene that may going around. Whenever I do express my opinion I try my best to do it respectively and without fucking anyone off…on purpose. But, there is bound of my inside me to be the person that feels the need to put me in my place by responding with a superior tone.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s