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The terms “differentiation” and “distinction” are NOT interchangeable, according to Scott McKain — and it’s vital to know why. In this program, he enlightens us about the Pyramid of Distinction, why “Level One: Sameness” is about price, and why you can’t get to “Level Three: Distinction” unless you have something compelling that sets you apart from the competition.
In today’s episode, Scott explores the writing of Harvard’s Elizabeth Ross Kanter’s HBR article, “Instant Success Takes Time” — and reveals what her research says about “winning streaks.” If you want to win and be distinctive — it won’t happen overnight…but this information can help ensure that it does happen!
A sign announcing a meeting being held adjacent to the ballroom where Scott was recently addressing a group of highly successful insurance agents got his blood boiling! Here’s why — and a message to set our thinking straight about “quick” and “easy” solutions to any problem.
From a one-person business to an organizational behemoth, every company has a “culture.” A recent story about Amazon leads Scott McKain to provide his insights on how a distinctive culture internally creates distinctive experiences for customers externally.
Continuing our conversation with bestselling author and Hall of Fame speaker Joe Calloway, today we reveal two steps that any — and EVERY — professional and organization can take to create distinction in the marketplace.
Today, Scott relates a story on how being nice can really make you stand out — AND he starts a multi-part interview with bestselling author and Hall of Fame speaker (and Five Friends colleague) Joe Calloway that you can’t miss!