What You Have In Common With Disneyland

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If you live in America (and even if you don’t), and even if you have never been, you know the name “Disneyland.” Don’t you wish your customers knew your name as well? You’d think that being the most well-known theme park in America (and parts of the world) would make “selling” Disney easy. But it’s not. Brush away the glitter, the popular characters, the “magic” and you still have a business—one that relies on customers, vendors, employees and a public persona that is critical to their continued success. It may be more glamorous to sell Disney, or professional sports, or a product that has a huge public appeal or name recognition, but the fact is no matter what you sell, you’re still selling. And if what you’re selling doesn’t deliver, people won’t buy it again. Disney, Apple, Ford, Microsoft, Coca-Cola, Hershey’s, and even Dunkin Donuts and Krispy Kreme have to deliver a great product consistently. They’ve earned their reputations over time, but can lose them overnight if they fail big enough one time. So can you. What you have in common with Disneyland, Apple, Krispy Kreme and all the other big corporate names is that they all got where they are by creating, selling and delivering a product that gets people’s attention over and over again. They deliver. Do you?

Quote:
“Do what you do so well that they will want to see it again and bring their friends.” ~ Walt Disney, The Walt Disney Company

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