Feel, think, and behave

If you tell me you will increase my productivity, that’s an idea that comes and goes very quickly.

If you tell me you will cut the time it takes me to translate my research into deliverables for my stakeholders, that’s a much more difficult idea to shake off.

If you tell me you will improve my efficiency, that’s an idea that comes and goes very quickly.

If you tell me you will provide a platform where I can store, search, and analyse all customers’ feedback, that’s a much more difficult idea to shake off.

If you want me to be interested in an apartment, and all you show is the floor plan and the energy consumption, you would probably be much more successful if you would take me on a tour of that apartment well furnished and decorated.

If you are asking me to buy a new car, you should not stop at the pictures and the range of colours it comes in, but you’d better give me the keys and let me drive it for a couple of hours.

Doing marketing is easy.

Doing marketing that changes the way people feel, think, and behave is not.

And it is the most beautiful thing in the world.

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