Today’s another Saturday in the US.
I spent the day with about 100 speakers in a conference room working on our craft.
This happens a lot in America. Those that are working hard work hard to get ahead. Even on the weekend.
And usually those working hard get the extra rewards in the marketplace. We make more more in the long term. And that money can be used to buy conveniences and other things to make our lives simpler. Things like help at home so we spend less time on chores and tasks we don’t enjoy.
So we trade time at work to buy more conveniences and free time.
Hopefully in the end by working hard we end up buying things that make our life better. And sometimes that means buying help or conveniences that reduce the amount of time we have to work at home.
It’s a very American way of thinking.
But it’s something you should understand. Because your employees and customers might be thinking just this way.
And how are you going to cater to them?
The Our Shawn
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