The Formula for Success: ADAPT or Die – 5. The Tiffany Box Effect – Part 2
In this video series, business coach, Clay Clark discussed the formula for success broken down into a simple acronym, ADAPT. In this specific video, P-Packaging yourself in a Tiffany’s box and not a K-Mart bag, is discussed further. If you’re very confused on what that means, we encourage you to watch the previous video for a better explanation. There may be exceptions to the rule where people in a specific industry do not fit the mold that they’re in and this typically works because they already have the branding that they need to show their ability for success. Even if you may not be at the level of success that you would like to be, at least portray yourself like you are. Promote yourself in a positive light that shows credibility. Give people a reason to trust or believe in you, especially in regards to business. A couple important action items to take from this would be to go through your social media account and delete anything that doesn’t fit the image that your trying to portray and secondly to rate yourself on how close you are to that Tiffany box with your product or service. If you say that that’s just not you and you want to wear soccer jerseys every day all day long, sacrifices have to be made in business and go ahead and set it as a goal for yourself that once you achieve a certain level of credibility, success, and recognition, that you can allow yourself to wear a jersey to work every day, but until then, package yourself in that Tiffany’s box. Tune into that rest of this series on the formula for success to hear about what the rest of the acronym stands for and how you can start making positive changes in your business towards the path to success.