Blogcast 81: Time and Experience

Today’s blog is about how you might re-imagine the time you spend with clients from an experience (not service) perspective. It’s based on an article by Jason Fried, and the link is below.

To read the original article by Jason Fried, click on the title: Compounding Time.

Check out the video below:

So to summarize:

  1. Saving someone time isn’t a great experience, it’s a great convenience, and people don’t pay a premium for convenience – for long.
  2. Read this article, and see how a therapist changed how time is consumed — shifting from one hour to multi-hour, in-depth therapy sessions.
  3. What does a similar shift look like in your world? Could you imagine a Review Meeting becoming a Review Retreat? I can.

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 (2)

I think my head just exploded with ideas on how to take that concept to my clients and go from a cookie-cutter piece of art to a real unique masterpiece

Well tidy that up before your clients get there. Its rule #3 that I share in all my talks – Experience is time well designed, and time is the currency of experience. We’re only in a hurry when getting away from or out of something is the highlight. Our goal as business owners should be to get people to want to linger.

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