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Are You the Face of A New Busines? Don't Be A "Bachelor"

February 23rd, 2010 | Small Business | No Comments »

Along with my fell0w KikScore partner, Raj, I attended the Social Commerce Camp (KikScore co-hosted with Network Solutions and MyBusinessAssistant.com).  We’ve got a couple of follow-up posts coming on the actual event, but something struck me as I spent 4 hours talking with the attendees. 

It’s not a mind-bending concept, but it is important not to be a phony.  I know I’m sounding like Holden Caulfield, but with all of the social media being pushed, I think you also need to focus on being sociable.  Raj and I spent time talking to a lot of people, face-t0-face and it was amazing how sincere these entrepreneurs were when talking about their businesses.  They were candid, self-deprecating and generally great to meet. 

I’m now comparing that experience to watching this Bachelor, Jake.  This guy has to be the most insincere person on television, besides Regis Philbin…  Everything is “sooo” meaningful, and he leans over a railing every other episode and starts bawling.  Ugh.  I wouldn’t buy a thing from that guy, let alone marry him (if I were into that).

Who is your least favorite person on T.V.  (again, besides Regis)?

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