It's often that moment of idiot moment that gives oneself a new lease of life. Taking advantage of China's good brands, we are always on the road, constantly reshaping.
And a new generation of brand founders (regardless of age here) who iterate faster, are more open to feedback and reach consumers more recently. Consumer branding is not a short window, it is a long marathon.
My mother, a first-line middle-aged and elderly female consumer who saves a lot but buys a lot, recently put on the banana hot skin I bought. She said that it is very comfortable, and today she is a southerner and started to apply body lotion. I think the new consumption is still hopeful.
Many businesses that appear to be lacking in demand are in essence not supplying enough.
Recent learning is: that if any behavior of a close partner/friend makes me uncomfortable, I must give feedback immediately and point out the facts, instead of accumulating feelings that become judgments of a person. There are many dimensions to the cause of everything, not necessarily the essential cause of a person.
For example, someone who is late three times a week cannot simply record as "he is a person who likes to be late" and record it into a stereotype in his mind, but point out the special leads impact and consequences of a single behavior after the behavior occurs, and then make demands. vice versa.
This is especially important for close partners and family members.
The biggest threshold for people's progress lies in their inability to humbly ask the people around them for advice, absorb their strengths, hire good people, and insist on proving their superiority and omnipotence.
Anger itself is not an emotion but a tool, hoping to sanction the other party to show their rights through repression.
And irritable people are often not really bad-tempered but used to use suppression as the most efficient way to solve problems.
But repression is never a good way. It stops the war on the surface, while bigger revenge is brewing behind it.
after reading "The Courage to Be Hated" again, I felt inspired by some of my own faults and found that this book is worth reading 100 times, and the truth in it is worth studying again and again for a lifetime.