Writer thoughts have often been my favorite kinds of thoughts, because as a writer, I tend to focus on ‘writer thoughts’ within a clear definition of my favorite topics. The whole of these concepts are like the ingredients of an amazing and tasty quiche.
After I thought about the process of marketing online and exactly what makes the business hold together, I wanted to share the recipe in a way that my foodie loving friends (most of the good folks who frequent my site love a good healthy meal) would be able to appreciate and understand. So… here goes.
A tender delicate and flaky crust is always the basis of a good quiche. In the case of a business online, the crust is made up of decadent rich butter, whole wheat flour (ground to a fine dust) and just enough sweet fresh water to blend the ingredients. These ingredients represent the person behind the business, who puts effort, love and flavor into the wholesome goodness of the pie. In order to stabilize the quiche, this person must have a solid foundation, and strong boundaries (up the side of the pan) with a crisp well planned edge for presentation.
Then comes the filling —
And we all know the filling is the smoothest, most flavorful portion of the quiche.
Onion bits, chopped small enough to fill all parts of the quiche, are the significance, the strategy – if you will – of the business, the impartial flavor of the quiche. Each nibble of the pie must have a little significance, enough strategy to keep the business flowing smooth.
Spinach offers substance. The product your business sells is this flavorful bit of fibrous texture and vegetables. Substance of the greatest kind, spinach, your product is similar, offering the nutrients that keeps your business alive, and color intense.
Cheese smooths the pie. This is the key component to having a yummy delicious quiche, with good texture. The cheese in your business is the sale pitch you use for relationship marketing. Too much of a good thing and it’s all goopy and doesn’t look good at all. You need a good combination of sales and relationship building communication.
Eggs hold it all together. In your business coaching is the egg. Coaching your employees, your associates, your clients or your market, whatever resources you use on a day to day basis, the training your give them, or receive yourself, is the egg that binds your quiche together.
Toss in the red pepper for seasoning, additional color and a little pizzazz and your quiche will taste delightful and your business will bring in solid profits, because you’re different from the rest.
Preparing quiche for Easter Breakfast and beginning to realize the connection between cooking up a yummy delicious treat and building a strong business. Sometimes the thoughts come pouring out, in a rush and other times, they just drift through the resin, and need a good edit later, to make more sense. I’m sure this one will get edited many times, because I’m already thinking of ways I can use this article in other virtual products. That’s part of the fun… Realizing that by changing up a few ingredients, you can change the flavor of your entire business for greater success and profits.