Blogcast 23: Not Even Once?

Two questions: Do you know the difference between the race to the top and the race to the bottom? Do you know the one you actually are in? You may be surprised.

Check out the video below:

To read the original article, click on the title: Not Even Once? 

So to summarize:

  • We all have things we pay a premium for (tangible goods or intangible services) because the good or service has special meaning to us. When something is unique and different and personally relevant, it’s easy to pay a premium. This is what I told myself what I paid $180 for a day pass to ski Whistler.
  • There is a choice then – you can be worth the extra cost, or you can do as little as possible to justify charging as little as possible. Most people, without even realizing it, choose this second option, the race to the bottom.The race to the bottom is about doing as little as possible; the race to the top is about doing more – more of what was never asked or expected.
  • Do you think you are incapable of being in the race to the top? Has anyone ever told you, even once, that you were amazing? Then you were. And you can do it again.

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

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Comments (2)

It’s the end of the day, but I am not finished if I have not harvested your wisdom. Now my Wednesday is finished. Thank you for number 23. I will be on a client road trip (7 hour drive) Friday. When I get there I will be sure to watch number 24. Thanks Dennis

Ah you’re fantastic. When you get to your hotel room tonight, go to Youtube and pay to watch the film Dirtbag. Its inspiring.

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