Have You Created Your Own Home Depot Experience?

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If you have ever gone into a Home Depot, pretty much anywhere, the experience is the same.

There are almost endless rows of items and the ceilings are high as are the stacks of items all the way up to the ceiling.  The ability to find some items is relatively easy.  However, if you need specific advice or something a bit unique or out of the ordinary, you better go during off hours or good luck finding someone to help you out.  The people who know what they need to purchase have typically ordered online, by fax or just know where to go in the store.  They are able to walk the store with the huge carts, dollies and other assorted methods of transporting huge material purchases.

Here is the thing, if you are about to get married, you speak with other people who are already married.  If you are about to have children, you speak with people who have children.  If you are going to purchase a car, you speak with people who have bought a car.

Would you pretty much agree so far with this logic?

  • Who are you speaking with when it comes to your business?

  • Who are you speaking with when you are the CEO and everyone around you has an agenda, where is the real advice going to come from?

Let’s see where the conversation takes us – comment below.

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