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On pleasing everyone

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This is a reprint of an e-mail written by Kavit Haria to his community of Daily Tip subscribers.
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Feb 19th, 2011. I learned a tough lesson.

I received a strong e-mail from a new
customer telling me he felt regret over his
purchase and did not like my style of teaching.

I was upset and fuming.

I get hundreds of positive e-mails from
subscribers and clients every month, but one bad
e-mail and BOOM! I would retire to my gloomy
mood for days on end.

That day, however, something changed.

I realised that for all my mood changes and
sulking, I was losing a lot of love and attention
for the clients that were enjoying what I did.

I pour my heart into all work I take on and decide
to bring to the world. I make it a labor of love.

Because of what they see, clients come to seek
me out for input on building their online products
and services.

The industry is filled with many professionals
with a whole plethora of styles – so if we are not
a fit, there’s always another tribe where you can
belong and you should leave this one.

Everyone just attracts and sticks to the tribe they
become fond of and where they feel at home.

I have fond subscribers that have been with me
on this journey for 7+ years. Some, however, come
and leave in just a few days. That’s perfectly ok.

I’m not here to try to please everyone.

I’m not going to change my approach.

I know that I’m creating impact on many lives
around the world through my writing, video tips,
training programs and mentoring.

I feel excitedly alive every morning when I’m
awake and ready to work.

So do the people that can’t wait to hear
from me and read my writings on a daily basis.

If that’s you, I’m so glad to be connected.

If it’s not you, you’re most welcome to unsubscribe
and find a tribe that is more suited to your taste.

The better the match up, the better results you’re going to get.

I’m writing this for your highest benefit, always.

Warmly,

Kavit Haria

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