Everyone on the planet is concerned about their future. Some consider tomorrow their future, thinking only one day at a time for survival. Others think about their futures in decades, while still others deal only in months or weeks. The future is a funny thing, as it has unlimited meanings.
What does every marketing guru, maven, expert, or wannabe expert always say? The money's in the list. That is true, but with some caveats. The strength of your email list is determined by several factors, including its cleanliness.
All Part Two
(even when second thoughts arise)
Last time we spoke of the value of trust in both personal and business relationships. How the love of a mother-in-law can prevail. How we touched on having trust and faith in your family physician and deciding whether she had the skill to perform brain surgery on your child. Or not.
We also spoke on how we typically look at trust, what we do trust, and what we don’t. Human nature types of stuff.
Today we’ll discuss how trust can be tested, even betrayed and still win the day. This time we’ll take a deeper look into trust as it pertains to business; the path to purchase.
Money has a mind of its own. It’s attracted to some folks and repelled by others. It looks at behaviors and decides who to like and who to hang out with. It seems fascinated by people who make intelligent decisions and not so interested in someone playing video games. And it seems to respect library time more than lottery strategies.