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January 1, 2008

8 Questions to Begin 2008

Posted by Brad Abare | Filed under: E-mail Newsletter

This originally appeared in our e-mail newsletter. If you're not getting it, you can sign up today.

Happy New Year from all of us at Personality™! We thought we'd get the year started off with eight simple questions:

1. Do you get frustrated when your staff/team doesn't know how to really communicate what your organization does with clarity?

2. Do you have a sinking feeling that you might be wasting money on marketing and advertising?

3. Do you feel stuck or stymied because you have too many or too few options, and you're not sure which way to go?

4. Do you feel like the passion or purpose for what your organization does has subsided and wish it was more front-and-center to you and the people you work with?

5. Do you wonder what really makes you unique or different from other similar organizations?

6. Do you wish you had a better way to make marketing and communication decisions?

7. Do you wish you had an expert or two who could provide ongoing consulting for communication/marketing?

8. Do you want to do a better job at "branding" but you're not sure what it means or how to begin?

If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, it sounds like the beginning of 2008 is a great time for us to get acquainted. Personality™ can help.

We give organizations--business and not-for-profit--the confidence to communicate clearly using 21 powerful personality frames. Drop me a line if you're interested in learning more.

2008 is waiting ...


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