Elvis (my Yorkshire terrorist), wound up over the fence and in my neighbors yard this morning.
(dogs barking, us yelling – the whole nine)
If you’ve ever had a Yorkie or know one, then you’re familiar with how they dig and are able to fit in tight spaces.
But, since Elvis is more ‘cat-shape’ versus ‘cup-size’ – tight spaces like holes are a no-go.
Well, today (on his birthday, of all days) he managed to hop a fence as tall as I am.
Since his patience is too thin he can never dig a deep hole…
… and he’s not much of a jumper.
So he climbs, and he found his way up and over somehow.
I planned to send this to you as simple entertainment (although I didn’t find it funny in the moment), but a huge lesson in list-building and growing your brand online just struck me.
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PS – What does my puppy’s journey over the fence have to do with list-building?
He knows his strength.
Our other dogs like to dig, jump, wine for attention, etc.
Instead of him worrying about what he’s not good at (but sees everyone else doing) – he just continues to leverage his strengths.
That’s what building a successful brand these days is all about:
Finding and leveraging your natural talents and experiences.
This lesson alone will save you years of pain and heartache…
And it’s yours free of charge ;)
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