An app for 99 cents, a soda for 1.46, lunch from the dollar menu, and finding the cheapest gas in town. Yes, we live in a ‘I want it cheapest’ world.
[leap_p]Competition is tough. The ‘other guys’ have great products, great customer service. It’s ALMOST as good as yours. Some prospective customers can’t tell the difference.[/lead_p]
You’ve worked hard to get where you are. Really hard. But it seems like you’re just another commodity in your niche.
If there was one thing you could do to set yourself apart from your competition, in any niche, in any business, would you do it?
In the day-to-day grind of building, maintaining, revamping, and marketing our online businesses, we start to degrade a part of us over time that is absolutely essential.
The vision and purpose that got us here in the first place.
Two lines of people. Both equally hungry and needing some nourishment. Both with basic human needs, similar life stories. All with common challenges, heartache and hopes.
Two lines of the same thing: regular, everyday, great people.
Yesterday, the Seattle Seahawks absolutely destroyed the Denver Broncos to win Super Bowl. XLVIII. Were you as surprised as I was? Wow, what a rout! (Sorry Broncos fans)
I’m always asking myself, “How does this particular situation related to business?” Especially, “How can this help me build a better membership site?”
There are some takeaways from this game I think are worth considering that can help you build a membership site.