You know a product is good when you recommend it to others, especially when those others are coworkers, friends, or family. The assumption is not that they will tell everyone; the assumption is that they will like it, enjoy using it, or find it extremely helpful.
Something strange happens though when someone likes it, talks about it, and shares it. More people will likely do the same, after all, now it is recommended.
Getting a promotion, a raise, or even just getting noticed will require visibility. If no one “shares you” how will you be discovered? Good products sell themselves, but they first have to be discovered. Don’t be afraid to stand up, stand out, and stand tall. If you want to be discovered you have to be visible.
Maybe it’s time to start the conversation.
Dennis Gilbert is a keynote speaker, corporate trainer, and consultant that specializes in helping businesses accelerate their leadership, their team, and their success. Reach him through his website at http://DennisEGilbert.com or by calling +1 646.546.5553.