Why Emotion Matters

Why Emotion Matters

Reader Comments (10)

  1. Once again, you’ve helped us remember that old adage,

    Numbers tell, but stories sell.

    I’ve done a number of posts and lived a sales life proving it.

  2. Thank you so much for this post!
    I had no idea that someone had dissed Chris Bliss.
    I was mesmerized by that video NOT because of the skill so much as the heart and soul expressed through Chris’s skill. It was that way he moved and seemed to almost dance with the music.

    I’m not a juggler, but I am a performer and a performance coach. I’d much rather experience a performer who is real, alive and fully impassioned in his art then someone who is highly skilled but distant, aloof and disembodied.

    Thanks again.

  3. Is this copytreuse or charblogger?

    I swear, you guys make so many good points I’m beginning to think it’s all a big alias game.

    Then again, I catch more typos over there 🙂

    Seriously, though, the show is the thing. The entire thing.

  4. “All the world’s a stage” as the Bard wrote. As an attorney, I can attest that people choose professionals based on an emotional connection, the main one being that you really care about helping them solve their problems. And once the connection is made, it is rarely broken– I have had the same clients for over 20 years.

  5. Yes, yes, yes.

    I’ve found that people could generally care less about perfection.

    Master the thing… then throw it away.

    Thanks for the reminder Brian.

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