Your very own wishes for your business (and your 4th of July?)

I can’t bring myself to say, ‘Well, I guess I’ll be toddling along.’ It isn’t that I can’t toddle. It’s just that I can’t guess I’ll toddle.
—Robert Benchley

Dear readers and friends, crowd around. Having you join the Maximum Customer Experience Round Table today, as the weather heats up and the excuses mount up, really touches me. Thank you.

I know you’ve got to be toddling along, so I won’t send you away to read for more than a moment.

Always, Seth Godin grabs my mind, but sometimes, he grabs my heart. “If you have no wish, how can it possibly come true?” Please read the short, very sweet Ruby Slippers at Seth’s Blog, because this is the one the will leave you scratching ideas on notepads for the rest of the weekend.

Yes. I’ve got my wish, Seth, thanks. But if I say it out loud will it come true? I hope so…

Let freedom ring all around the globe. And if you can read this, never forget how lucky you are. I get all cheesy and personally reflective on Independence Day. Freedom is so much more than most of us realize.

This happens to be my favorite Sheryl Crow song, and she’s clearly wearing her Birthplace of the Nation pants. I couldn’t resist!

I’ll be hanging with Sheryl tonight in Philadelphia, y’all. Wave if you’re there, I’ll be looking.

Wherever you are today—as they say around here, have a good one.

A joyous 4th to you!

Thanks, as always, for the pleasure of your company and your commentary. Go grill yourself a juicy burger, and let’s do lunch again soon.

Have your say in the comments—you know you want to!


Grow and be well,

Kelly Erickson

If you’re going to write, don’t pretend to write down. It’s going to be the best you can do, and it’s the fact that it’s the best you can do that kills you.
—Dorothy Parker


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