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  • Yety

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  • Stefano

    Like you, I was an avid skateboarder groiwng up. At age 14 I built a quarter pipe at the end of my driveway and sent wood chips flying on every axle grind (never put coping on it). Unfortunately in marketing, there are no knee pads, helmets or wrist guards to lessen the pain when you fall. Failing in marketing can mean loosing a client, getting raked over the coals by your boss and ultimately loosing money. They key, however, is the same. Don’t let it keep you down or scared to try again. To some extent, in both, you get use to falling, getting back up, making corrections and trying again. You begin to know yourself better, the skateboard (marketing tools) and can assess what went wrong (data) faster. Then you begin to achieve success faster and accumulate more tricks in your bag.It’s also good to have skater friends around you to applaud when you stick it, laugh with you when you bust it, and help you fine tune your skills which is why I like your blog and your friendship.Keep shredding