I didn’t invent the nametag.
But I certainly took it farther than anyone expected it
Either way, now it’s mine. I own it. Forever. Not just on
the search engines, but anyone I meet will never think about a nametag the same
way again. And that level of mindshare is a priceless asset. One that most
companies would pay millions of dollars for.
The point is, we don’t have to be the first. We don’t even have
to be the best.
We just have to refuse to go away.
Twenty years ago, Pearl Jam was just another garage band
from Seattle. Sixty million albums later, when the rest of the plaid-wearing
rockers had either overdosed, broken up or broken down, Eddie and the boys are
the only surviving members of the early nineties grunge scene.
Because they refused to go away.
If we can be the last one standing, the only person or
product or company or brand left after the rest of the world has fallen to the
wayside, we win. If we can be patient and persistent enough to take something
farther than anyone else would dare, no matter how often they ask, “So, how
long do you plan on doing this?” we win.
It all depends on long we’re willing to stick around.
LET ME ASK YA THIS…
What does your performance provide?
LET ME SUGGEST THIS…
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That Guy with the Nametag
Writing, Publishing, Performing, Consulting
Now booking for 2012-2013!
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