Opportunity, destiny, the Power of Attraction, there have been many topics over the last decade regarding things coming your way. So what do you do when it arrives? Let's explore the Art of Acceptance.
Acceptance is the action of consenting to receive or undertake something offered. There are a couple of powerful phrases buried in the concept of acceptance, consenting to receive and something offered. Let's unpack each.
How long has it been since you redesigned your site? I don't mean update. I mean when is the last time you took a good look at colors and navigation. At how your site functions on a phone, tablet, and desktop. In this post, I am not asking you to redesign your site, just explore it. Let's jump right to a few tools that might give you clarity.
Okay, you get an unexpected text. You swipe to see the message. It isn't good. Your client wants out of their contract. You have a rush of adrenaline and cortisol. Your mind races. You want to strangle them. You have put in so much work and now this. Who do they think they are? Don't they value all that you have done? What is this about? How will you make your next loan payment?
Freedom. Feels like something we should all fully understand living in the US. Something that was discussed in the 2nd grade. It is not something you often attribute to an attitude. So let's step back for a minute.
Let's approach your freedom from a personal standpoint. The freedom we are talking about is the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.
Yah a Unique Selling Proposition sounds businessy. Like some MBAs Master's Thesis or something. Honestly, it probably was. Historically it is attributed to Man Men era Rosser Reeves and his M&Ms campaign, "Melts in your mouth, not in your hand." Ever heard of it?
Technically, your USP is the factor or consideration presented by a seller as the reason that one product or service is different from and better than that of the competition