How Changing Lives Can Grow Your Business

Posted by Wayne in

  • Sumo

What’s the point of growing your business? More revenue? More accolades? More profit?

Have you ever stepped back and examined your true motives?

As an American, it’s virtually a given that you start a business to grow it, make a lot of money, and retire rich.

Why else would anyone want to suffer through all the uncertainty, risk, stress, sleepless nights…and did I mention stress?

Let me ask again, “Why start and run your own business?”

My challenge to you is to shift the reason for starting and running your business.

Imagine for a minute that the only purpose for starting and running your business is to make a difference in the lives of your customers.

What if your goal was simply to change the lives of those you interact with. To leave these people in a better place than when you first interacted with them.

I know what you’re thinking, “Yeah but you don’t understand what type of business I’m in.” Or, “You don’t understand my background.”

I’m not sure what organization you’re a part of (or what type of organization you’re going to start), but it probably doesn’t smell as bad as a fish market. When John Yokoyama purchased Pikes Place Fish Market back in 1965 it wasn’t world famous. However, by placing the needs of their customers above their own, they have become world famous.

It’s the small actions that most people overlook that make the biggest impact.

A little girl was enjoying an early morning walk on the beach with her grandpa.

Her grandpa kept picking up the occasional starfish that the tide had deposited on the sand and throwing it back into the ocean.

The little girl eventually grew tired of having to stop and wait for her grandpa to pick up and throw the starfish back.

She stated, “Grandpa, there are thousands of starfish washed up on the shore each night. What difference will you make throwing these few back?”

Her grandpa didn’t immediately respond; instead he waited until he found another starfish needing to be saved.  He gently bent down, picked up the starfish and tossed it back and said, “For this starfish it makes all the difference in the world.”

Do the little things, make a difference…change someone’s life today.


 
CRUSH IT ON FACEBOOK
  • Likes, Shares, & Comments WON'T Put Money In Your Bank Account.
  • In Our Free Course: Crush It On Facebook In 30-Days Or Less
  • You'll Discover: A Simple Facebook Strategy We Used To Take a Client From Losing $10k Each Month To Making Thousands...In Only 86 Days.
  • The 3-Step Formula We Used To Increase Another Client's Sales By Over $9,000 per Month (and they're spending less than $400 per month on Facebook Ads)
We'll Also Share Our "24-Hour Audience Identifier Campaign"

One thought on “How Changing Lives Can Grow Your Business”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

CRUSH IT ON FACEBOOK
Likes, Shares, & Comments WON'T Put Money In Your Bank Account.

In Our Free Course:

Crush It On Facebook In 30-Days Or Less

You'll Discover:

A Simple Facebook Strategy We Used To Take a Client From Losing $10k Each Month To Making Thousands...In Only 86 Days.

The 3-Step Formula We Used To Increase Another Client's Sales By Over $9,000 per Month (and they're spending less than $400 per month on Facebook Ads)

We'll Also Share Our "24-Hour Audience Identifier Campaign"

“If you are looking for design or development services, Ugly Mug Marketing is a great solution. Wayne and his team are honest, fair, and reasonably priced. Best of all, they deliver the work on time.”

NEIL PATEL

Named one of the top influencers on the web by the Wall Street Journal,