Led Zeppelin, a band that was famous and popular WAY before my time, wrote a song about it. And they called it “Communication Breakdown.” Check out the lyrics in from the chorus:
It’s always the same
I’m having a nervous breakdown
Drive me insane
I never heard Communication Breakdown, so I gave it a listen.
Let’s just say the vocals certainly go with the “drive me insane” part. But I’m not here to critique Led Zeppelin music or vocals.
No, I’ve been focused on the subject of business communication, lately. And as I did some research, online, a link to a YouTube video that featured Led Zeppelin popped up. So, as I said, I never heard it before, so I watched. And it reminded me of the importance of not letting communication break down.
I’ve worked with so many clients who, for one reason or another, had let that happen to them. I get it. You’re a business owner. An entrepreneur. An idea person. So, you’ve got a lot on your plate and in your head on any given day. And you wanna take your concepts from your brain to your customers and clients.
So, it’s easy to focus on your “next” thing.
But sometimes, maybe even most times, that means your “now” thing gets lost in the shuffle. And it might even be the thing that put you on the map in the first place.
And that means you’re so involved with what you’re building that you forget about who helped you the most. Those customers and clients I mentioned.
But it can feel like a chore, especially if you’re a one-man-band type of business owner, to get out of your creative mode and get back into the nuts and bolts mode. Believe me, I DO know what that feels like.
Not to worry. There’s a way to make it better.
Something you can do to take at least a little of the burden out of it.
And that “something” is what I’ll be talking about in next month’s UNversity lesson. If you’re already enrolled, I believe you’ll enjoy this simple tip that so many business owners and entrepreneurs don’t do.
But if you’re not already enrolled in UNversity, the deadline is fast approaching. Midnight TONIGHT. Because the deadline for each month’s lesson is always midnight on the last day of the previous month. Yeah, you literally have only a few hours left. You understand, right? No communication breakdown?
So, don’t be one of those procrastinators who misses out. Enroll in UNversity, today. These are how to improve your business lessons, for $15 a month. Here’s the link to enroll:
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