Are you trying to help people or trying to make a sale? Are you offering value or just trying to make money? Those aren't hard questions, but they separate the successful from the unsuccessful, the excellent marketers from the "multi-level" marketers.
I understand the frenzy around "Black Friday" retail and online, and how it is so appalling to some people (usually those who don't have to engage in it). But to consider millions of people trying to buy things to give to
I'm seeing astounding overreactions to virtual meetings and presentations. While I admire the entrepreneurs who produce lighting, sound, multiple screens, and a gamut of broadcasting aids, it does remind me of seeking perfection instead of simply success. I like seeing people