Better off Than You Were Four iPhones Ago?

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Published September 17, 2012

| FOXBusiness

Lots of tweets this week about the iPhone 5.  And here are a few more that gave me inspiration (and made me laugh too!)

@MackCollier

My publisher told me 'You don't worry about word counts, just write what you need to say'. Do the same on your blog #blogchat

@graywolf

Life isn't about finding yourself, it's about creating yourself, you know that thing you always wanted to do, go do it ...

@charlesarthur

Newly confident that we will not be ruled by machines, as long as printers are on their executive committee. Flipping useless things.

@fmanjoo

Tech pundits ought to set our sights high. We should be disappointed because we expected too much. That's the point of the future

@jimmyfallon

A new survey found 34% of Americans don't have a Facebook or Twitter account. There’s even a name for those people: Productive.

@LollyDaskal
if we depend on others' perceptions to meet our expectations. we will be disappointed each time.

@Hyken
Build processes that make your customers feel special by giving them recognition, reassurance, & respect.

@gingerconsult
We cannot be good at everything we do, we must admit our weaknesses, but show our strengths.

@DanVForbes
The habits of the organization mirror the habits of its leader and people.

@KnowledgeBishop
There is a difference between "defeated" and "fatigued": Don't retreat, just recharge and then resume!

@YouTernMark
Golfers have a great competitive spirit: they compete against the course only; other players are only thought of as rivals.

@ValaAfshar
Do you want to achieve more? then *give* more credit and share the rewards.

@mooreconsortium
Satisfaction is the lowest level of service. You need to go up a few gears to make your customers come back again and again.

@Leadershipfreak
Ppl aren't interested in your answer until they feel you understand their problem.

@JJeff4
Use each and every obstacle as an opportunity. One door closes, but who's to say 3 more won't open?

@MaraboliSays
Sometimes problems don’t require a solution to solve them; instead they require maturity to outgrow them.

@LeadToday
Every truly successful person has someone in their life that isn't afraid to tell them the truth.

@Jeremy_Kingsley
It's not so much about position and title, it is about influence and example.

‏@GoToMeeting

"Management is nothing more than motivating other people" – Lee Iacocca

‏@OgilvyDCStudio

"A brand is a promise that is made...and kept." via Beth Ruoff, Managing Director, Strategy & Planning @OgilvyDC

@gitomer

Principle #1 - Your customer is your paycheck.

@tarhinitrade

Are you better off than you were four iPhones ago?

Gene Marks owns the Marks Group PC, a ten person sales and marketing technology consulting firm outside of Philadelphia that serves more than 600 small and medium companies around the country.

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