Growing a beard

They wanted to put Chuck Norris’s face on Mount Rushmore, but the granite wasn’t hard enough for his beard.

Chuck Norris doesn’t shave, his beard grows to the perfect length and stops.

There is no chin behind Chuck Norris’ beard. There is only another fist.

Chuck Norris’s beard can type 140 wpm.

There you have it, in descending order of length, the best Chuck Norris beard jokes I could find.

It takes me 8 months to grow a wispy excuse of a beard. Chuck Norris can probably do it in a week. Should I feel bad?

I dunno… the same task takes different people different amounts of time. Changing your market position is the same way.

The fastest I’ve seen is about 3 months. That’s the “Chuck Norris beard” version of a change in positioning. All the pieces were in place, this person just needed to make a decision about how to narrow their focus.

With most people, it’s like the “Philip Morgan beard” version of things. It takes a while and feels kind of slow. And they shouldn’t feel bad about that.

They should start sooner, though. 🙂

Maybe that’s you. Maybe you should start making the most important decision in your business sooner.

Who are your services focused on? What kind of improvement are you making to their condition?

If you need help making that decision, you’re not alone! –> http://thepositioningmanual.com

Talk to you soon,
-P

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