Tribeology.com – Episode 946 – Which Came First the Chicken Noodle Soup or the…

Roxanne Rockvam

Friday Blog Topic: Big Money Small Change –

Quote: “Make it simple, but significant” Don Draper

It’s always a good day when I get to quote Mad Men… but seriously, what brilliant advice.

Simple things can be powerful.  When you communicate, try to make it significant.  It’s hard, and not every single post can be brilliant… but let’s take a look at this…

 

It stopped my feed.

The soup looked so good… I mean it still looks good.  But most important, it’s simple.

It’s also significant.  After all, whether the author used this psychology or not… it has this impact.  The impact of healing.

Remember, one remedy to feeling better when ill is to eat chicken noodle soup. 

So there you go, people are working from home, sheltering from a virus, so you’re in an “ill” state of mind… and chicken noodle soup crosses your feed. It’s perfect.

It’s also available to go.

YUMMMMMM  a simple way to make an impact!

 

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