Personalization, everyone talks about it, but how many actually put it into practice? As a marketer and consumer, I have seen different levels of personalization. With colleagues we’re always exchanging ideas on best practice, while as a consumer I get email after email or message after message that is slightly personalized sometimes, but seriously not personalized at all.
Tag: Inspiring Human Potential
We’ve all heard it from someone before or we’ve told someone this: let it go. In our best moments it comes easy to let go, but it’s when you’re at our lowest or when something really, really bothers you that letting go becomes quite challenging. It’s a work in progress for those who really want to let go and for those who are not ready, it’s a repeat saying they may tell themselves or hear.
You don’t meet someone and immediately tell them they need to be friends with you. The same way you don’t do that, you don’t tell someone who you just connected with on social that they need your services. There is no logic behind such an approach, yet a number of professionals and businesses do that.
As an observer of human behavior in different circumstances, from in person to person interactions, business related events, to social media interaction; I’ve noticed a repeat pattern: the need for many to find their voice through others.
It’s safe to say that people engage in relationships with people they resonate with or have a good feeling about. For those who have relationships with people that don’t make them feel good or that they don’t like is another topic in itself; but self-worth and gaining something from the relationship are two thoughts that come to mind.
Unforeseen events are a part of life. Some people have an easy time dealing with them, while others have a tough time with them, and then there are others who fall in between, who are trying to make it easier for themselves to handle the unexpected.
Authenticity, we all talk about it or at least there’s a lot of chatter on the topic within the online marketing and entrepreneurial space, but I wonder the different interpretations and reactions there are around it. The question arises from the fact that the world is a very subjective place, and rightly so.
There’s a big difference between a true sense of security and one that only appears to be so. Even though sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference, due to subtle indicators that aren’t visible from the outside….
Unhappiness with the consequences of decisions give us the opportunity to explore ourselves from within and really find out what is our own decision…
There are a couple of things I observe weekly online that make me wonder: Does everybody really buy into this type of messaging? Does everybody really believe what they see and hear online without questioning it?