Growth Driven

Omnipresence Is Omnipotent

May 15, 2021 Edwin
Growth Driven
Omnipresence Is Omnipotent
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Growth Driven
Omnipresence Is Omnipotent
May 15, 2021
Edwin

Omnipresence Is Omnipotent

Unless people know who you are, no one will pay attention to what you represent. You have to get people to know you which means that you have to get attention. 

The more attention you get, the more places you will be; the more people you are with, the more you can be everywhere.

Show me one great company that has not accomplished omnipresence. Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Google, Starbucks, AT&T, Bank of America, Apple, Ford Motor Company, Visa, American Express, Wal-Mart—these names are everywhere. 

There are also individuals who have accomplished omnipresence so well that the world immediately recognizes their names, such as Steve Jobs, Oprah, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, George Bush, Barack Obama, Abe Lincoln, Elvis, the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Walt Disney, Will Smith, Mother Teresa, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson, Michael Jordan, and so on. 

Whether you like them or not, each of these people has created such a name for himself or herself that most people know who they are—or at the very least, recognize their name and align it with importance.

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Omnipresence Is Omnipotent

Unless people know who you are, no one will pay attention to what you represent. You have to get people to know you which means that you have to get attention. 

The more attention you get, the more places you will be; the more people you are with, the more you can be everywhere.

Show me one great company that has not accomplished omnipresence. Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Google, Starbucks, AT&T, Bank of America, Apple, Ford Motor Company, Visa, American Express, Wal-Mart—these names are everywhere. 

There are also individuals who have accomplished omnipresence so well that the world immediately recognizes their names, such as Steve Jobs, Oprah, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, George Bush, Barack Obama, Abe Lincoln, Elvis, the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Walt Disney, Will Smith, Mother Teresa, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson, Michael Jordan, and so on. 

Whether you like them or not, each of these people has created such a name for himself or herself that most people know who they are—or at the very least, recognize their name and align it with importance.