Each experience I had something different to offer, a different experience, and an interesting perspective as to how politics affects businesses large and small, public and private, or how the government affects the day to day lives of the people. The organized chaos on the Viet Nam roads, the over the top attention to detail-driven customer service, and the ability to make you feel like an object with all of the constant pitching on the streets, Viet Nam was an unmatched unlike any other experience I have ever had.
When you understand the difference between how technology communicates verses how people communicate and then how to merge them together you’ll begin to understand why some brands go viral or are able to build that cult-like following—two goals that most companies have because they drive sales and build that illusive loyalty factor.
Mel DePaoli featured as a #LadyLeader: We idealize people who are famous, have a fancy title, or have a lot of money
As a culture, we tend to idealize people who are famous, have a fancy title, or have a lot of money. It’s like we turn them into God figures where they are different from you and me. They become larger than life and we believe they can do more, achieve more, or that they are better than we are. It’s an “us versus them” mentality that puts “us” down. It’s a lie.