You know the B.S. I’m talking about.
Spewing jargon, pushing and bullying until you roll over and expose your checkbook.
Dazzling you with art before asking what you do.
Bundling “the website” into whatever else they’re selling.
Or, focusing so closely on the tech they lose sight of the purpose.
I know the mistakes because I spent my first six years making them.
Critical thinking means we dig deeper than regurgitating the Top 10 Ways to Succeed in 2020.
We’re new to your team.
We’re probably outsiders to your industry.
We won’t smash and mangle your business to fit some “proven system” for success.
We’re starting from a blank page and we know it.
We believe it makes us better.
By reasoning from first principles, we see what others miss.
You, the human, make it all worthwhile.
Leah and I are just a couple of humans, working with your team of humans, selling to another bunch of humans.
When the human element gets lost, everything starts to sound like Charlie Brown’s parents. And with similar sounding results.
We both have degrees in Psychology.
After getting to know you, we’ll get to know your customer. Then we’ll talk to them like an old friend.
We start with strategy, focus on message, and deliver results.
But we only work with humans we like, running businesses we believe in.
Our relationship starts with a conversation.