© TSUFIT 2007
Did you capture the American Idol finals last year between Taylor Hicks and Catherine What’s Her Name? Who won? The one with the best voice? Or the one with the most character?
I’m gon na tell you a secret, something nobody ever informs business owners. It’s not about being the best! It never was. So many business owners lose their time and money bragging about being the best. “We sell the very best doohickeys …” “We offer the best customer support …” ‘
It’s dopey to brag about being the best! Why? ‘Cause
1. Everyone states it.
2. It’s most likely not real.
3. We don’t believe you anyhow
But do not worry about it, ’cause
4. We’re not constantly looking for the best.
Are they the finest? Not 30 years earlier when the song came out and certainly not now. In some way a geriatric Rod got to wiggle his assets on American Idol along with Taylor Hicks!
The “It” Factor
In showbiz, there’s an expression “You’ve got ‘it’.” What’s “it”?
The reason they call it “it” is because it’s tough to put it into words. It’s got something to do with charisma, magnetism, the power to attract and hold an audience. Honestly, Rod Stewart never ever did it for me, but Elvis absolutely had “it”.
Access Your Inner Elvis
I just saw a movie about Elvis’ life. Why are people so captivated by Elvis? Why are they still informing me “Tsufit, I just saw Elvis at a corner store!” when he passed away prior to Britney Spears was born? Why? Since a character that big never ever dies.
Why was the man such a star? Was it his look, his personality, his voice, his music? It’s probably all of those things– together with this wonderful thing called “it”, however even with Elvis, it took him a while to discover his inner “it”.
In the motion picture, a docu-drama (or shlock-u-drama), Elvis strolls into Sun Records, a little Memphis recording studio, to sing for Sam Phillips. Elvis sings like Bill Monroe; he sings like Bing Crosby; he sings like the other day’s news. Just another vocalist. A cent a dozen.
It wasn’t a quickie, even for Elvis, to discover his original voice. Ultimately he did discover it.
What’s this got to make with entrepreneurs? Whatever!
You got ta find your original voice. 폰허브 You got ta access your Inner Elvis!
Do that and watch your star shine.
It’s probably all of those things– together with this wonderful thing called “it”, but even with Elvis, it took him a while to find his inner “it”.
In the film, a docu-drama (or shlock-u-drama), Elvis strolls into Sun Records, a small Memphis recording studio, to sing for Sam Phillips. Elvis sings like Bill Monroe; he sings like Bing Crosby; he sings like yesterday’s news. It wasn’t a quickie, even for Elvis, to discover his initial voice. You got ta gain access to your Inner Elvis!
© TSUFIT 2007