We have all heard this a million times over, yet when it comes to implementing the same, somewhere we fail.
In this post, I invite to you to give this question a think: what do you stand for?
I believe if you can find the answer to this question as it applies to the many levels you operate on, in your everyday life, you would be a more successful person than you are today.
The problem is, most of us are trying to be everything to everyone, even when every marketing guru tells us that it is a surefire route to failure. Yet that seemingly safe path is what we pursue.
Today, I invite you to take a few minutes and think out what you stand for in your many circles of influence. And also ask yourself whether that is how the world around sees you.
What do you stand for:
- In your family
- In your circle of friends
- Amongst your colleagues
- To your organization
- To your clients
- To your community
- To yourself
Take a close look at the many roles you play and do an honest analysis of whether your world knows what you stand for in each of your circles. At the risk of sounding contradictory, the fact remains that we are all different people in different spaces. But the effort here is to recognize your stance in a given circle and live in truth to that stance.
Build on your belief and let the people know. Make it your identity and let people reach out to you when it comes to specific issues, where your beliefs could provide the solution.
Explore, analyse, stand for who you really are.
I would love to hear from you and know what you stand for in the many areas of life. Leave your answers in the comment box below!
This post was inspired by an article by the famous marketing guru, Al Ries, titled ‘Is There a Marketing Lesson to Be Learned From Donald Trump? Here he shares names of the politicians who worked hard at being everything to the masses and were forgotten.
~ Bharti Athray