Great post on the worst way to manage social media, and an eventual saving-of-the-day.
Originally posted on Crush Corps:
My first real job was in retail.
As a highschooler in the late 90s, all I wanted was my very own cell phone. Back in the day before preschoolers were packing iPhones in lunchboxes, the only way for a kid to get a cell phone was either with rich parents, or good old-fashioned employment.
By choosing retail as my first job (like many teenagers do), I quickly learned the art of pretending to care. A nicely pressed shirt and extensive product knowledge are both a plus, but they’re meaningless without the right attitude. A recently acquired colleague coaches his sales team with the line, “They don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” It’s absolutely true, and it’s the right way to run your business, however; we all have days where our filters and willpower are put to the test.
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