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Eat Your Own Dog Food
Marketers call that "eating your own dog food" - a great way to show faith in the product or service you're selling. The expression apparently came from an old Alpo commercial, in which the actor Lorne Greene said his own dog ate the product.
But I'm not just taking the RMA program to prove that it's "tasty." I'm doing it because even experts constantly need to refresh their skills. This is a major opportunity to up my own game over the next 11 weeks.
Redrafting my personal vision statement as part of Lesson 1 was my first task.
To learn how to make your own personal vision statement head to the blog. Warmest,
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