Thanks for dropping in.
Wednesday’s blog is the day when we look at that richest of all tapestries: LIFE.
This evening I would like to raise the subject of negativity. Not for long. Don’t intend to get sucked into it. Just want to straighten out a couple of points.
I knew we would come under fire the minute we came up with the new Picot cutting Dies combined with Groovi plates, which we launched on Sunday evening. Linda and Paul blew the doors off the shows, and smashed ALL the Hochanda sales records.
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Thousands of people bought the products because they could see the enormous benefits. They – each and every one – invested in the products because they knew that this was a game changing idea, that their parchment art was about to turn a massive corner. Whether it be as a huge time saver (which is my case), or purely as a crafting aid.
But true to form, several naysayers piped up. Of course they did! That is the very essence of a naysayer!
In the dictionary, the definition is>
a person who habitually expresses negative or pessimistic views: Despite a general feeling that things were going well, a few naysayers tried to cast gloom.
Pretty accurate description if you ask me.
Our loyal friends and customers always try to reason with them, try to defend what we are doing. And I really do appreciate what they say and the effort they make. Waste of time though.
Naysayers are just that: NAY SAYERS.
So I choose to TAKE THE HIGH ROAD; there’s less traffic up there; it’s less congested, and the air is clearer.
As long as the vast majority of our customers concur with us that this Groovi thing and now the Picot Dies addition are a good idea, an asset, an advantage – then I – aka Claritystamp/Pergamano – will spend my energy and invest my time on positive creativity.
Of course, the quintessential naysayer also has to have the last word. So it goes without saying that we will get the “Aren’t we allowed an opinion? I thought this was a democracy” retort.
And at that point, I encourage you to save your energy for better things, and join me on the High Road. The view is so much better! Fewer obstacles, less hassle.
Do me a huge favour. Below, write something uplifting and positive. Avoid saying anything negative.
Don’t get sucked in. Life’s too short.
Love & Hugs,