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Business Lessons from the Best Holiday Characters

Dec 21, 2018

Business Lessons from the Best Holiday Characters

With the end of the year rapidly approaching, we hope you have some down time to spend with friends, family, and loved ones. As you prepare yourself and your business for the year ahead, it is also the perfect time to continue improving on your skills. This holiday season why not take some lessons from your favorite holiday movie and tv show characters, you might be surprised how many apply to your own goals. We wish you, your employees, your customers, and all those who have helped you along the way the best wishes this holiday season and in the year ahead!

Business Lessons from the Best Holiday Characters
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Business Lessons from the Best Holiday Characters

The Grinch: How the Grinch Stole Christmas

  • Be yourself. What makes you unique is what makes you great.
  • Stick to your brand and do what your business does best.
  • Set big goals! Whatever the challenge you can do it.

Buddy the Elf: Elf

  • Greet everyone in your store with a smile.
  • Pay genuine compliments to customers.
  • Take risks and step outside your comfort zone, it will be worth it.

Kevin McCallister: Home Alone

  • Throw a party!
  • Get to know your neighbors and let them get to know your business.
  • Have a plan on how you’ll succeed and follow it.

Jack Skellington: The Nightmare Before Christmas

  • Lead the pack. Be the best at what you do.
  • Try new things, you might be surprised by what you’re great at.
  • Everything you try won’t be a success, reassess and try something new.

Father Christmas: Narnia

  • Have the inventory to meet your customers’ needs.
  • Timing is everything, make sure you’re ready when the customer is.

John McClane: Die Hard

  • Being a leader means doing what you know is right.
  • Don’t let setbacks turn into defeat, keep grinding and find those wins.
  • Don’t be afraid to take risks!

Ross (as the Holiday Armadillo): Friends S7, E10

  • Stand up for your values and what your business represents.
  • Find ways to connect with your target audience.
  • Be inclusive and remember your customers are your focus.

The Office cast: The Office

  • Delegate: Who on your team can be a valuable member of the party planning committee?
  • Teamwork: Which areas of your business require the most help and identify where you can reallocate resources.
  • Have fun!

We wish you and your business the happiest of holidays!

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