Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Too much opportunity

Dealers want as many leads as possible. Doctors want as many patients as they can humanly handle. Manufacturers want to produce as many units as their capacity will allow. Service providers want more and more customers to serve.

But what if the dealer doesn't value the leads or the doctor shoves his patients to his assistants or the manufacturer produces flawed product or the service provider can't meet demand?
Opportunity is nothing unless it is valued and acted upon.
Barry LaBov
LaBov & Beyond


  1. So true! Sadly because of economic and other business related obstacles, the costs for excellence in service is getting cut to maintain some semblance of bottomline.

  2. Linkster, you're in the LaBov blog Hall of Fame! Thanks again--and when are you starting your own blog?

    I know in my LaBov & Beyond Marketing Communications world, opportunity is a fleeting thing, you've got to go for it before it disappears. Good luck to you, my friend,

    Barry LaBov