Feelings don’t put food on the table ~ Unknown
During a recent WVL Leadership Development Training, I shared about the importance of having food at the table for people to eat. You have heard many coaches, celebrities, and speakers shout from the mountain tops about the value in creating your own table. One important thing to remember when creating that table is to have food on the table for people to eat.
How many of you can remember investing in something that turned out to be nothing?
It is becoming more and more common to get pulled in by the pretty graphics and fancy words but there is a growing amount of complaints that the programs are far below their expectations. People are paying for googleable information and horrible customer service. (Obviously, not a good look for the entrepreneurial industry)
So, what contributes to the food that we put on these tables that we are building and sitting at?
Your core values
and so much more….
This is just a reminder to not get caught up in the pretty pieces of journey. The responsibility of having a table includes making sure people eat. Have you ever been invited somewhere only to find out that there is no food when you arrived? How did you feel? What did you think? It makes you look at the customer journey with fresh eyes.
Check out a clip from the WVL Leadership Development Training that I shared on IG. If you are interested in joining the next cohort you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With over ten years of writing, Altovise uses her platforms to create opportunities for women to have their voices heard. Founder of the World Voice League, she educates and empowers through courses, a weekly accountability call, blogging, books, and the #SpeakEasy Podcast.