Somebody was just asking me about good content writing. And I am like ‘Stop writing about everything. So many companies and brands are trying to cover everything instead of finding one thing and becoming experts around it.
Find your niche and then go even more niche!’
I came up to the conclusion that success in whatever it is that you are doing is never an accident.
Wake up early. Work hard. Always stay positive.
“Being trusted is the single most sustainable way to grow your business.” – Omi Sido
And if you think that I sound a little bit like Mr. David Amelrand, it is only because the guy is so so right.
Yesterday I met a bunch of local businessmen and one question kept on popping up. Why do I talk about Social Media so much? Why do I put so much emphasis on Social Media?
To understand my obsession with Social media I have to start from the very beginning.
The main goal of every organizational design is to ensure there is an efficient information flow – internally between different stakeholders, different departments, managers and externally with customers and suppliers – in order for a business to make a timely and informed decision for future products and services.
But now businesses that historically relied on top to down information flow are losing their competitive edge to smaller, more agile startups that are leveraging the power of the Social Media Brain in order to process information more efficiently.
Instead of relying on their limited knowledge pool they are diving into the sea of information that Social Media is creating.
So what’s happening in real life is that in order to survive the so-called ‘old companies’ have to learn from the newcomers.
You can be one of those newcomers if you make the effort to leverage the power of Social Media.