Make a Splash

It’s amazing how many people want the attention for one reason or another, but they don’t do whatever it takes to be seen or heard. We as humans crave attention but don’t have a lot to give.

Every marketer is hoping to get your attention and use it for their gain. However, we’re so distracted with our current issues, environment, and task list; and to exacerbate things, add people in the mix and everything it seems to be on fire.

I know we want people around us, but not just anybody. Not all are comfortable with large crowds, one-to-one, or a specific interaction. But you won’t know your blessing on the other side unless you are uncomfortable.

Try something different and go outside your comfort zone.

Again, we all want someone or some group to see us for a specific reason. Why not try something different? It won’t hurt. The only pain (if any) we’ll experience is some discomfort. By chance, if we’re successful in our approach, I don’t believe we’ll see it as discomfort.

Therefore, make a splash in your day. Do one thing different from your norm.

  • Make a splash by volunteering. Help a nonprofit or church with an activity.
  • Make a splash by giving a loved one a call. Brighten their day telling them how much you love them.
  • Make a splash professionally. Learn a new skill above your pay-grade to help out your boss.

Making a splash is harmless when done in with the right mindset. Honestly, you’re making a huge impact. It’s not cocky or arrogant. While making that splash, be genuine and you’ll always have good karma come back to you.

Godspeed!

I write this because my business is personal because this service is for the advancement of all humanity. My failures and successes are for your gain. No strings attached.

Nathan A. Webster, MBA

Photo by Steven Welch on Unsplash



Author: nathanwebster
From a US Marine to nonprofit executive director, I've been fortunate to do a lot of stuff. My quick history is I’m a brand marketer with a background in social good. In the process of running a small educational nonprofit, I learned the value of storytelling and digital branding. That’s how I got involve in marketing, websites, consulting via my podcast as well, and being an adjunct business professor at the local community college.
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