Right away, “Own The Moment” became the project’s mantra. The team believed that the person who controlled the jukebox music for an entire bar or restaurant was made a star for those minutes that his or her song played — he or she owned that moment. As Creative Director Sean Rhodes put it, «That concept of giving something of yourself and contributing to that night and then that device experience, the Virtuo, enabling that – it helped inspire us and govern the interactions we were trying to set forth.»
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Written by Steve Houghton-Burnett | PickTheBrain | Motivation and Self Improvement
Do you have a saying or ‘mantra’ that you use to guide some of the more important decisions in your life? If you do, then you’re not alone, you have something in common with some of the top achievers in the world.
President Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt, for example, believed that you should always “Speak softly and carry a big stick”. Whilst this may not be the most positive fall-back position to have in life, it did serve him, and his nation, well when the tough times came. A more positive example is, believe it or not, Justin Bieber. In 2011 he released a film about his concert tour called ‘Never Say Never’, which reflects his view on life. Whilst you might argue that the young Mr Bieber is not the most intellectually challenging of individuals either on stage or off, you certainly can’t argue that in his world he has had significant success and he attributes his own success to his mantra.
So what are the key components to these types of sayings? After twenty years of informal research in this area I have come up with the following four core characteristics:
Characteristic #1: It can apply to the ‘lows’ and the ‘highs’ >>>>> Continuar leyendo «How To Create Your Own Formula For Success»