Anytime is a good time but …. Now is THE time, as another well-spoken Smith’s School of English Franchise owner recently said, to own a Smith’s School of English Franchise . One of the cornerstones to our success is putting to work the straight-forward and effective brand tools and brand resources exclusively available in the Smith’s School of English system.
Putting to work our proprietary branding tools doesn’t have to cost much, in some cases nearly nothing. The Smith’s School of English company has plethora of resources and brand promotional strategies available, and thanks to the cohesive nature of our system, all school owners, teachers and staff use them. This packs tons and tons of goodwill into your neighborhood, and in fact collective efforts extend into all neighborhoods on the way to establishing a national brand. This pays infinite dividends that go well beyond expectations as the sum total of our collective effort is cumulative and permanent.
So we’re just getting over another series of devastating typhoons at the moment, and certainly the Atlantic has already had its share of really bad storms this year. Hurricane floods in New Hampshire! Wow, that’s a first. Sixty or more killed by Typhoon 19 in Manila! Then 287 killed in flooding in Bangkok this past week! 70 or more killed in Central America after days and days of torrential rains. So many are already screaming ‘Global Warming! That’s the cause!’ whether they know or even care anything in the slightest about the science or not. But apart from this digression, now is the time to stop worrying about global recession (as I tend to do), stop complaining about the heat (because it’s gone), stop whining about Rick Perry and President Obama and Congress and the ECB and Greece (because I tend to) and get out and put our Smith’s resources to work.
Schools and offices in my area were shut some days thanks to typhoon warnings and a great many schedules were shortened and curbed where possible thanks in part to the lingering heat. But the weather is looking really beautiful now!
Martin Werner Zander, Partner in the Smith’s School of English Company