Romeo’s Tip of the Week: Don’t Be Afraid of Change. Subtle Changes Can Jumpstart Your Life!

Change can be a great thing to keep a business thriving.

Hello to everyone!

I’ve been thinking about change this week. I just found out my pal Shredder is moving from Maine to Georgia. What a change that will be for him! In Maine he loves to romp in the snow and sometimes chase the ducks in the pond. I wonder what life will be like for him in the south. He’s not used to it being really hot. He will have to adapt to many different sights, sounds and scents. He will have his family to help him get comfortable and happy in his new home. I’m sure he will do just fine.

Everyone goes through changes now and then. Sometimes it may be a dramatic change like a birth or marriage and sadly even the passing of someone close, but sometimes the changes are small — maybe a new haircut or new decor in your home (or maybe a new fluffy dog bed). We find ways of coping with all the changes in our lives.

It holds true with a business as well. Sometimes you need to make changes in the way you run your business. Just like when you charge your car battery, sometimes you need to re-charge your business. Try something new…maybe the way you reach potential customers and stay in touch with current customers. Change can be a great thing to keep a business thriving. My pals at Little Black Dog Social Media & More work as a team to provide you with all your business social media solutions.

My tip this week: don’t be afraid of change. Sometimes  subtle changes can “jumpstart” your life.

Have a great week!
Romeo, the little black dog

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Lynda November 20, 2012 at 02:10 PM
Hi, Romeo. I hope your Thanksgiving week is a fun one for you. Stick to your healthy snacks and leave the holiday food for your people. Dogs and people can be afraid of changes to their lives so your tip to use change to help a business grow is a really good one to think about. Hope you get to visit your friend in Georgia. And I hope you get a new fluffy dog bed for a present soon, too!
Romeo Cox November 26, 2012 at 06:30 PM
Hi, Lynda, Thanks for being such a good friend and thinking of me! My momma hasnt been feeling well, but she still fixed a big turkey for dinner. ( She let me have a small piece after she rinsed the salt off). I wanted more, but I guess she knows what is best for me. My friend Shredder is getting settled in down in Georgia.( Big fenced in yard to play in).I will see him this summer. Hope to "talk" to you again soon. Romeo, the little black dog.


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