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So that’s how we win marketing. We need to take a deep breath and stop being so critical of ourselves, and instead learn to be critical of others.
Yes, that seems to be the advice I’ve been given on a few occasions. Most of the time I’m told that I need to learn to be “less critical” of myself, but that seems to only apply to myself.
Actually, I think its the other way around. Its my own fault that I feel so critical of others. I think it’s because I have a huge ego and tend to make assumptions about people based on their appearance and their mannerisms. I tend to over-evaluate people and make assumptions about their motives, and I think its something that I need to work on.
I am a perfectionist, so I tend to assume that people will be perfect. I think that people will be perfect because I am very clear about what I want in my life. Im a perfectionist, Im very clear about what I want in my life and I think that people will be perfect because I want what Im looking for the way Im looking for it. Im also quite clear about what im NOT looking for in my life.
I think that marketing is an area that we should work on because we have a tendency to over-evaluate people. We tend to assume that people will be perfectly good, that they are the same as we are. We look for perfection in people because we are usually very clear about what we want in our life. We are also often clear about what we DON’T want in our life.
I am completely clear about what I DON’T want in my life. I only want more time to spend with my wife and my son and my daughter and I’m not sure how many other things I want. I do, however, want to be a successful person, so I don’t want to waste my time and energy striving for perfection.
What you DONT want is to be a successful person. Why? Because this means nothing. You are NOT a successful person. Success does not mean you are perfect. Success means you have achieved some of your goals. It does not mean you are flawless. Success does not mean you are perfect.
Success does not mean you are perfect, but you are certainly better than you were when you were a mediocre student, or a mediocre office employee, or a mediocre athlete. It does NOT mean you are perfect, but it does mean you are very much better than you were when you were that crappy person.
The thing that is so frustrating about marketing is that the marketing departments of most companies are so focused on building their brand and image that they’ve forgotten about the actual people who are paying attention to the brand’s success. It’s like a marketing department is so obsessed with the people who are actually buying the product that they fail to think about the consumers who are actually buying the product.