Are You Sticker Worthy?

So my question for you today is: Are you worthy of a sticker?  “Sticker Worthy” means that your clients see their relationship with you as an accomplishment.

To read my written blog on this topic, click on the title: 3 Secrets For A Wildly Successful Business.

Check out the video below:

So to summarize:

You can become sticker worthy by doing these three things.
  1. Do work that is worth talking about.
  2. Focussing on small numbers, one and two people at a time.
  3. Accept that it might take some time to get what you want exactly how you want it – especially if you are still figuring it out. And part of figuring it out is sharing what you already have. Seems pretty simple, I know, but try it.

Did you like this video? What challenges in the marketplace are you having that I can address in future Serious Shift Blogcast episodes? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Thank you,

Dennis Moseley-Williams

Are you ready to shift? We have worked with thousands of professionals who want to “SHIFT” and create more for their customers and themselves.


Comments (4)

I used to have a little condo there.
They’re getting tons of snow this season!

Fernie is a pretty special place, the terrain is of course spectacular and the snow is all it is cracked up to be. However, thinking back now it was the drive out from Calgary through Frank Slide that was a sombre experience. All the talk in the car went quiet as we contemplated the scene, and of course the loss.


You are fabulous. What you said today makes me feel like I can just walk through doors without opening them because your advice was SO MOTIVATING!!!!!

By the way, I meant to respond to your blog regarding your mother’s illness. At the exact same time, my 90 year old mom had fallen ill with congestive heart failure and was in the hospital. Like you, I was devistated and wounded. She is home now on oxygen and made it through thank God. But I wanted to let you know that I felt your pain, but I also appreciated the fact that you showed your real, caring self with no holds barred emotions about how badly you were hurting. My best on behalf of your mom. And, by the way, YOU ARE THE BEST. I learn so much from you.

I’d also love to know what you read if that’s possible some time.

Thank you sincerely,

Ed Bullock (New Jersey)

That’s very kind of you Ed. Thank you for saying so.
The greatest threat to any business is a lack of imagination, followed by a lack of empathy and generosity.
Speaking of imagination, empathy and generosity I’ll be seeing my Mum in about 2 hrs. Here at Pearson, about to hop a flight to my home town.
Be well, and please stay in touch.

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