Best Business Practices Are Changing, Are You?

Are you following the advice of business and marketing experts to grow your business and still not getting the results you desire?   Well you may want to step back and take a look at the bigger picture. We are currently going through a major shift in consciousness and it is having a huge impact on how best practices will ultimately change the way you are doing business in a dramatic way.

It seems to me that we are coming to the end of an era that is predominately influenced by what I call masculine energy and entering a new era where feminine energy is having her way with us. Trust me this will continue to impact the way we do business for the rest of our lives.

Please share your comments or thoughts below!

Thanks,

Greg

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4 Responses to “Best Business Practices Are Changing, Are You?”

  1. Kevin Brown Says:

    Appreciate your insight Greg! Seems like “word of mouth” promotion really has a new meaning today — although more important than ever? You certainly are in the know in this regard.

  2. Greg Clowminzer Says:

    Hey Kevin, Thanks for taking the time to both watch the video and leave a comment here. BTW, this is all part of the changing best practices. TO engage and participate in conversations that are taking place on the web. Wishing you great success with all your business endeavors. -Greg

  3. David Engel Says:

    Thanks for the original, valuable lesson. I’ve been thinking of this concept in terms of hypnotic suggestibility and advertising.

    There is the direct paternal approach like “You are entering a state of relaxation.” Direct response advertising is famous for this approach.

    Then, there’s the indirect, maternal approach like “You may notice how good it feels to relax as you allow yourself to completely let go.” The commands in this approach are more soft and implied.

    One of the recent examples of advertising with an indirect, maternal approach is the Coca Cola Facial Profiler created by CP+B. There’s no direct command to “BUY COKE” yet it’s incredibly suggestive.

  4. Mavis Says:

    Perfect. gregclowminzer.com kicks ass.


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