These Are the Best of Times…

What is one fact that Du Pont, Proctor and Gamble, Chevrolet, General Electric, Disney, Hewlett Packard, Siebel Systems, and Microsoft have in common? They were all start-ups or made significant economic progress during steep economic declines in the U.S. economy. There are hundreds more I could list.

How's this possible? Many thrived by using aggressive marketing. Others utilized new technology and created new developments in their company and industry. In some cases, their competition that chose to "cut back" lost their positioning and branding in the minds of customers and clients and, in many cases, never recovered.

When you make a decision to cut this year's holiday cards or gifts; when you do anything that feels like you're worried about the economy, clients will sniff it out in a minute and they will worry about your staying power. They want to work with winners and winners do more than just survive in these times. They thrive!

And, while you at it, consider that there is no better time to build that new product or launch that new idea. The talent to help you is out there.

And, lastly, if you think I'm being Pollyannish and wearing my rose colored glasses; you're wrong. I've always gotten a fair number of contacts from head hunters asking me to recommend talented people. In the last two weeks, that number has more than tripled.

Someone knows that these are the best of times for new ideas, products, and businesses.

Is it you?

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