There’s a board game called TriBond where you identify the commonality of three clues given. It’s pretty fun.
Last weekend, my 14 year old son was given these three:
He correctly said “Bird”. Then asked, “I know Big Bird and a Jay Bird, but what the heck is a “Larry Bird”?
What else do I incorrectly assume is a basic reference with someone I know well? Or with colleagues, employees or customers?
It’s worse than that actually.
I assume this blog makes sense to you. But how many are saying “Who the heck is Larry Bird?”
Till next time,
Grow The Business.
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