Would You Stand Out In Front of a Crowd?

What would have to happen for you to be confident enough to drop into “action” amongst a group of strangers? Would it be that far-fetched for you to start communicating a dialogue or sharing market information in a crowded place? Can you imagine striking up a conversation with a group of total strangers?

Would your message be delivered confidently?

Can you stand up straight and “face the music” in a pressure situation?

Would your message make people stop what they are doing and listen?

Imagine if your business was “in sync” like this flash mob of the Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra when they dropped in on unsuspecting fans at the Copenhagen Central Train Station last year.

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Shouldn’t we always be ready to “share our music” with passers-by who might receive great benefit from what we have to share? What might happen to your business if you could wow some individuals and it went “viral”? Would your business improve if people could witness your passion and share it with almost 4 million people?

As you walk through the crowded train station of life, I hope you’re always ready to build relationships, solve problems and have fun.

2 Responses to Would You Stand Out In Front of a Crowd?
  1. Darci Wagner
    February 6, 2012 | 1:59 pm

    I just had the courage last Fri to do just that. Started to talk to people about what I am doing now. We talked about the market. Knew my numbers and left with a lead. The fear was more overwhelming than the action. Was really quite easy. Need to tweak my elevator speech.

    • Sean
      February 7, 2012 | 3:47 pm

      Great job Darci. Keep doing that each day and you’ll continue to be on the road to success. Thanks for your hard workand enthusiasm. You dedication to delivring “truly remarkable service” will help you achieve great things.