Is your business like the Radio City Music Hall?
Or is it still a neglected old neighborhood?
I saw, from a link in an ad, that on this date in 1932, Radio City Music Hall opened. And thousands of people turned out for the hoopla. And since then over 300 million people have been entertained there. Some would probably call that a successful venture. Right?
Did you know Radio City Music Hall grew out of a neglected neighborhood?
Yeah, it turns out a billionaire, John D. Rockefeller (maybe you’ve heard of him), decided to build his Rockefeller Complex in a yucky old neighborhood in midtown Manhattan. Well, at least it was yucky at the time. And John D. partnered with another possibly familiar company, Radio Corporation of America. Better known as RCA.
They hired a guy named Donald Deskey to design the building. And he came up with a really cool Art Deco idea made up of shiny and versatile materials of the day. Their theme was “Progress of Man.” And the huge main stage looks like the setting sun. And they even installed hydraulic powered elevators for staging effects. And those are still being used today. How cool is that?
What does all that have to do with your business?
Maybe nothing. Or maybe your business resembles one or the other. Does it feel like a dazzling Radio City Music Hall full of energetic entertainment? Or does it feel more like an old neighborhood you’d rather just close the doors on? If it’s more like the dust district to you, don’t give up.
My RondaReady business coach CRM system was designed for business owners who need help remembering and rekindling their original vision. You can get it back. And it’s not so complex to build your own “complex.” AND, you don’t have to be a Rockefeller. Well, I should say, you don’t have to be a billionaire. But 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…