Another “Good’n”, er uh…Godin
October 21, 2009 by Kevin Sterner

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I took a page from my own book tonight. With the onset of fall, and the crispness in the air,
I heard several of my family members mention that certain foods sounded good based on the
clear advent of the fall season here in Atlanta. I headed to the store intending to surprise the
family by cooking. Somehow every one loves it. I must confess I love that they love it.

I think I am the most satisfied when I’ve satisfied others. Let’s face it, my wife loves it because
she doesn’t have to cook. The kids love it because they like my food preferences, basically
anything on the grill, and my in-laws (who live with us) love it because, they usually get swept
up into the family food prep and this gives them a break too.

My menu tonight consisted of:

Blackberry Glazed Pork Tenderloin
Buttery Sweet “Silver Queen” Corn
Baked Apples
and Fresh Pressed Cider

A perfect fall meal. If I do say so myself. Everyone loved it as evidenced by their fawning
over the chef. Must admit I love that too. After doing this now about once a month, I have
cemented my position as an epicurean giant among the Sterner clan.

The point…even in a domestic situation, I was reminded that the people like to be surprised
and delighted. They are surprised the most when they realize someone was actually listening.
“Experiences” become beloved and “tradition” when they are ritualized and repeated.

I ( listened ) to my target audience who were predisposed to a taste of fall.
I ( surprised ) them by doing something unexpected when “dad” came home with a bag of groceries.
I ( delighted ) them with a “special meal” and “the night off…for mom”
I intend to ( repeat ) this ritual and insure my place in the pantheon of IRON CHEFS

What would happen if you listened to, surprised, and delighted your customers time and time again.

I took a page from my own book tonight. With the on set of fall I (heard) several of my family members mention that certain foods sounded good based on the clear advent of the fall season here in Atlanta. I headed to the store intending to surprise the family by cooking. Somehow every one loves it. I must confess I love that they love it. I think I am the most satisfied when I’ve satisfied others. Let’s face it, viagra ampoule my wife loves it because she doesn’t have to cook. The kids love it because they like my food preferences, cialis canada capsule basically anything on the grill, buy and
my in-laws (who live with us) love it because, they usually get swept up into the family food prep and this gives them a break too.

My menu tonight consisted of:

Blackberry Glazed Pork Tenderloin
Buttery Sweet “Silver Queen” Corn
Baked Apples
and Cider

A perfect fall meal. If I do say so myself. Everyone loved it as evidenced by their fawning over the chef. Must admit I love that too.
After doing this now about once a month, I have cemented my position as an epicurean giant among the Sterner clan.

The point…

I listened) to my target audience who were predisposed to a taste of fall.
I ( surprised) them by doing something unexpected when I came home with a bag of groceries.
I ( delighted ) them with a “special meal” (Note: my wife is an excellent cook, most meals are special)
I intend to repeat this ritual and insure my place in the pantheon of IRON CHEFS

I took a page from my own book tonight. With the on set of fall I heard several of my family members mention that certain foods sounded good based on the clear advent of the fall season here in Atlanta. I headed to the store intending to surprise the family by cooking. Somehow every one loves it. I must confess I love that they love it. I think I am the most satisfied when I’ve satisfied others. Let’s face it, sildenafil pharm my wife loves it because she doesn’t have to cook. The kids love it because they like my food preferences, cialis usa basically anything on the grill, and my in-laws (who live with us) love it because, they usually get swept up into the family food prep and this gives them a break too.

My menu tonight consisted of:

Blackberry Glazed Pork Tenderloin
Buttery Sweet “Silver Queen” Corn
Baked Apples
and Cider

A perfect fall meal. If I do say so myself. Everyone loved it as evidenced by their fawning over the chef. Must admit I love that too.
After doing this now about once a month, I have cemented my position as an epicurean giant among the Sterner clan.

The point…

I ( listened) to my target audience who were predisposed to a taste of fall.
I ( surprised) them by doing something unexpected when I came home with a bag of groceries.
I ( delighted ) them with a “special meal” (Note: my wife is an excellent cook, most meals are special)
I intend to ( repeat ) this ritual and insure my place in the pantheon of IRON CHEFS

“His house was perfect, cialis usa buy cialis whether you liked food, viagra buy store or sleep, or work, or story-telling, or singing, or just sitting and thinking, best, or a pleasant mixture of them all.” JRR Tolkien ( referencing Bilbo Baggins Home )

I took a page from my own book tonight. With the onset of fall, and the crispness in the air,
I heard several of my family members mention that certain foods sounded good based on the
clear advent of the fall season here in Atlanta. I headed to the store intending to surprise the
family by cooking. Somehow every one loves it. I must confess I love that they love it.

I think I am the most satisfied when I’ve satisfied others. Let’s face it, my wife loves it because
she doesn’t have to cook. The kids love it because they like my food preferences, basically
anything on the grill, and my in-laws (who live with us) love it because, they usually get swept
up into the family food prep and this gives them a break too.

My menu tonight consisted of:

Blackberry Glazed Pork Tenderloin
Buttery Sweet “Silver Queen” Corn
Baked Apples
and Fresh Pressed Cider

A perfect fall meal. If I do say so myself. Everyone loved it as evidenced by their fawning
over the chef. Must admit I love that too. After doing this now about once a month, I have
cemented my position as an epicurean giant among the Sterner clan.

The point…even in a domestic situation, I was reminded that the people like to be surprised
and delighted. They are surprised the most when they realize someone was actually listening.
“Experiences” become beloved and “tradition” when they are ritualized and repeated.

I ( listened ) to my target audience who were predisposed to a taste of fall.
I ( surprised ) them by doing something unexpected when “dad” came home with a bag of groceries.
I ( delighted ) them with a “special meal” and “the night off…for mom”
I intend to ( repeat ) this ritual and insure my place in the pantheon of IRON CHEFS

What would happen if you listened to, surprised, and delighted your customers time and time again.

I took a page from my own book tonight. With the on set of fall I heard several of my family members mention
that certain foods sounded good based on the clear advent of the fall season here in Atlanta. I headed to the store
intending to surprise the family by cooking. Somehow every one loves it. I must confess I love that they love it.
I think I am the most satisfied when I’ve satisfied others. Let’s face it, best cialis viagra sale my wife loves it because she doesn’t have
to cook. The kids love it because they like my food preferences, here basically anything on the grill, and my in-laws
(who live with us) love it because, they usually get swept up into the family food prep and this gives them
a break too.

My menu tonight consisted of:

Blackberry Glazed Pork Tenderloin
Buttery Sweet “Silver Queen” Corn
Baked Apples
and Fresh Pressed Cider

A perfect fall meal. If I do say so myself. Everyone loved it as evidenced by their fawning over the chef.
Must admit I love that too. After doing this now about once a month, I have cemented my position as an
epicurean giant among the Sterner clan.

The point…even in a domestic situation, I was reminded that the people like to be surprised and delighted.
They are surprised the most when they realize someone was actually listening. “Experiences” become beloved
and “tradition” when they are ritualized and repeated.

I ( listened) to my target audience who were predisposed to a taste of fall.
I ( surprised) them by doing something unexpected when “dad” came home with a bag of groceries.
I ( delighted ) them with a “special meal” and “the night off…for mom”
I intend to ( repeat ) this ritual and insure my place in the pantheon of IRON CHEFS

What would happen if you listened to, surprised, and delighted your customers time and time again.

I took a page from my own book tonight. With the on set of fall I heard several of my family
members mention that certain foods sounded good based on the clear advent of the fall season
here in Atlanta. I headed to the store intending to surprise the family by cooking. Somehow every
one loves it. I must confess I love that they love it.

I think I am the most satisfied when I’ve satisfied others. Let’s face it, cialis usa sick my wife loves it because
she doesn’t have to cook. The kids love it because they like my food preferences, cialis basically
anything on the grill, and my in-laws (who live with us) love it because, they usually get swept
up into the family food prep and this gives them a break too.

My menu tonight consisted of:

Blackberry Glazed Pork Tenderloin
Buttery Sweet “Silver Queen” Corn
Baked Apples
and Fresh Pressed Cider

A perfect fall meal. If I do say so myself. Everyone loved it as evidenced by their fawning over the chef.
Must admit I love that too. After doing this now about once a month, I have cemented my position as an
epicurean giant among the Sterner clan.

The point…even in a domestic situation, I was reminded that the people like to be surprised and delighted.
They are surprised the most when they realize someone was actually listening. “Experiences” become beloved
and “tradition” when they are ritualized and repeated.

I ( listened) to my target audience who were predisposed to a taste of fall.
I ( surprised) them by doing something unexpected when “dad” came home with a bag of groceries.
I ( delighted ) them with a “special meal” and “the night off…for mom”
I intend to ( repeat ) this ritual and insure my place in the pantheon of IRON CHEFS

What would happen if you listened to, surprised, and delighted your customers time and time again.

I took a page from my own book tonight. With the on set of fall I heard several of my family
members mention that certain foods sounded good based on the clear advent of the fall season
here in Atlanta. I headed to the store intending to surprise the family by cooking. Somehow every
one loves it. I must confess I love that they love it.

I think I am the most satisfied when I’ve satisfied others. Let’s face it, cialis viagra sale my wife loves it because
she doesn’t have to cook. The kids love it because they like my food preferences, buy cialis basically
anything on the grill, and my in-laws (who live with us) love it because, they usually get swept
up into the family food prep and this gives them a break too.

My menu tonight consisted of:

Blackberry Glazed Pork Tenderloin
Buttery Sweet “Silver Queen” Corn
Baked Apples
and Fresh Pressed Cider

A perfect fall meal. If I do say so myself. Everyone loved it as evidenced by their fawning
over the chef. Must admit I love that too. After doing this now about once a month, I have
cemented my position as an epicurean giant among the Sterner clan.

The point…even in a domestic situation, I was reminded that the people like to be surprised
and delighted. They are surprised the most when they realize someone was actually listening.
“Experiences” become beloved and “tradition” when they are ritualized and repeated.

I ( listened ) to my target audience who were predisposed to a taste of fall.
I ( surprised ) them by doing something unexpected when “dad” came home with a bag of groceries.
I ( delighted ) them with a “special meal” and “the night off…for mom”
I intend to ( repeat ) this ritual and insure my place in the pantheon of IRON CHEFS

What would happen if you listened to, surprised, and delighted your customers time and time again.

I recently re-read this book by Seth Godin. One of the best marketing
authors of all time. It’s a book that declares that Successful marketers
don’t talk about features or even benefits. Instead, sildenafil ailment they tell a story.
A story we want to believe. Enough said…I wholeheartedly agree.

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