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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

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Are You Proactive?
By Jason Holland

How do you run your business?

Do you just wait until something goes wrong -- and then fix it? Or are you constantly thinking of ways to make things better?

In his video today, veteran copywriter and marketing strategist Drayton Bird gives you a quick technique for doing the latter.

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Drayton Bird Video

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[Ed. Note: Veteran copywriter and direct-marketing strategist Drayton Bird has worked with American Express, Ford, Microsoft, Visa, Procter & Gamble, and scores of other clients during his five-decade career, which included a stint as international vice-chairman and creative director with Ogilvy & Mather. In 2003, he was named by the Chartered Institute of Marketing as one of 50 living individuals who have shaped today's marketing.

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"The feeling will follow."

"Wow, Michael! You've done it again. Quite often, you make me want to jump up and applaud with unbridled enthusiasm, and today's message on what you call 'Calculated Enthusiasm' was one of those times.

"You are absolutely right about using this technique to change employees' attitudes toward customers. But I want to tell your readers that the technique works in ANY situation in which you really should be enthusiastic but the feeling doesn't come naturally.

"Start by acting as if you are enthusiastic. Try it on your new son- or daughter-in-law (or mother- or father-in-law, for the younger set) and improve that important relationship.

"Let your behavior come first -- and the feeling will follow. If it feels 'phony' at first, push on through that feeling. 'Fake it till you make it.'

"You can also use it when you enter your workplace in the morning. Don't answer the 'How are you?' question grimly. Answer it with Calculated Enthusiasm. Say 'I feel fantastic' with a big smile on your face, and guess what? Pretty soon, you WILL!"


Today's Words That Work: Limn

To limn (LIM) -- from the Latin for "to illuminate" (a manuscript) -- is to describe; to depict by painting or drawing.

Example (as used by Jennifer Steinhauer in The New York Times): "[Demi Moore's] successes and limitations limn that curious piece of geography in Hollywood where the over-40 actress can encounter bounty (you go, Sandra Bullock) or a spectacularly barren landscape (get back on the big screen, Michelle Pfeiffer).

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