Slow is relative
This may be of some interest.
In between the holidays, it all seems to slow down. Most days, there is little traffic on the road (or on websites). Fewer products launched, fewer inbound emails, fewer things to check off a todo list.
And yet, if someone in 1820 had lived at the pace we live in December 2019, she would probably have dropped dead from exhaustion.
A store in New York that feels slow this time of year might be recording record traffic if it had the same turnout in Scottsdale or Tempe.
Two things are true: The world is faster and crazier than it has ever been before. And the world is as slow and predictable as it will ever be again.
Bustle and crises are local conditions.
PS The last week of the year is quiet, which leaves time for new plans, new learning and new opportunities. I hope you’ll consider signing up for the ninth session of The Marketing Seminar (it begins in a few weeks, but if you visit today, you can sign up for updates). You can find my Udemy courses here as well.
Thank you for reading.