Did You Mean What I Think You Meant?

Hi, my name is Geoff and I am the President and CEO of On The Level Marketing & Consulting, LLC. This blog is meant to be informative and entertaining. I encourage feedback and your thoughts after each post.

The other day I came across a photo of some books on a shelf in what appeared to be a book store. Taped to one of the books was a piece of paper crookedly cut hand written with the following: “Don’t touch yourself, ask the staff.” Now, I found this quite humorous and wondered if the owner of this book store really wanted to say this, or if they thought it conveyed their message properly. 

What I think they mean to say was…”Please don’t touch, ask for assistance.” It made me think of how important it is to make sure you are saying what you want to convey. Does the message fit with your business image? Is it supposed to be humorous? Is it intended to be offensive? This bookstore owner could possibly have a good sense of humor and possibly be known for that, which is why they choose the phrase that they did. If that is the case it works for the business. However, it made me think how very important ones message is. Whether it is a business (mom and pop store or Fortune 500 Company), public speaker, or politician, you need to make sure the message you are delivering conveys appropriately. 

On the Level Marketing & Consulting LLC will assist businesses delive and convey communication in a professional, easy manner, yet assist to project the image companies are working hard to present to customers. 

On the Level Marketing & Consulting is about simplicity in marketing and being transparent. My clients will attest to that.

Geoff Cummings is President | Founder of On the Level Marketing & Consulting, LLC. Successfully helping businesses with all their marketing needs by branding their businesses and keeping their marketing simple and straight forward. On the Level Marketing & Consulting, LLC Creative|Trustworthy|Hassle-Free.

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