Unfair Advantage is for You if…
- You feel like you are another “me-too” in your field, You are not really standing out!
- If you are curious as to exactly what triggers your success
- If you have NOT utilized Media to increase revenue in your business
- If you are curious about crowdfunding but don’t want to ruin your reputation using it
- If you need additional revenue streams
- If you are a coach, speaker, trainer, authors, business owner or media personality!
- If you are tired and buying programs and courses only to find they have NO positive impact on your revenue.
I want to share a few things I have learned over my 17 years in media and business.
People who use their unfair advantage and take any program they have and make it work!
If you leave out your sparkle, you can’t shine!
TWEET to invite a friend
Editor’s Note: Each week I put a crowdfunding industry thought leader in the spotlight and ask them ten questions to inspire and educate. This week Dr. Letitia Wright, talk show host, speaker, panelist and author of the upcoming book “101 Tips to Successful Crowdfunding” shares her insights.
After deciding to go to a local business mixer, I went to the online invitation and got directions. There was a link that said click for directions. I did that. The map that came up had a different street name and clearly was not the street. This was an event in my home town and I was pretty sure that was a residential area.
I called the person setting up the event to ask for directions and was immediately put on hold. I was on hold for about 5 minutes and then I just hung up. I was thinking, this might be a sign to change my mind about the event. I guess the guy had caller ID because he called back 15 minutes later asking for me. He then gave me directions. My friend and I get into the car and drive using his directions and still can not locate this place. We gave up and went to dinner.
I realize people do not want to work hard to come to your events. When you dont even have a webpage to promote it or correct directions, it can be really telling.
We all make mistake on our websites, clearly someone had programed it wrong. However, since there was no other reference in town to the event, it was almost impossible to want to go. A few things added to this. The speaker- I was told he was a motivational speaker. When I googled him, nothing came up. The business name and location. Nothing came up except a map location that did not match what I was told.
This is just a great example of making it hard to say yes.