First it was a neglected neighborhood. But then, about 89 years ago, in 1932, a snazzy new entertainment venue opened. Thousands of people attended the opening ceremonies. And since then over 300 million people have enjoyed the shows there. You’d have to say that it’s been a pretty successful venture. Well, you don’t have to. But I’ll say it. And did you know this?
Radio City Music Hall sprouted up out of that neglected neighborhood?
Maybe you’ve heard of billionaire, John D. Rockefeller. Well, he decided to build his Rockefeller Complex in a neglected neighborhood (to say the least) in midtown Manhattan. At least it was neglected at the time. And Mr. Rockefeller partnered with Radio Corporation of America.
Maybe you’ve heard of them, too. Or maybe you’ve heard of their initials RCA.
Mr. Rockefeller and his RCA partners hired a guy named Donald Deskey to design the building. And Mr. Deskey came up with a really cool Art Deco idea. He used some shiny (and versatile) materials from that time period. And the theme for it all was “Progress of Man.”
The huge main stage was designed like the setting sun. And they even installed hydraulic powered elevators for staging effects. And those are still being used today. Pretty cool, right?
But maybe none of this means anything to you.
Or maybe your business feels like that neglected neighborhood.
If so, wouldn’t you prefer to have a business that feels more like the dazzling Radio City Music Hall? Full of energy. And products and services. Where visitors line up to come in.
I designed my RondaReady System for business owners who wanna rekindle their original vision but need help remembering how. You can get it back. And you don’t have to be a billionaire. But it IS an investment. And you DO have to work it.
Good news is, I’ve set up the design with all the hydraulic powered elevators in place. All you gotta do is get ready, and I’ll help you…
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