The ablutions inside The Ivy restaurant in central Birmingham contain this little marvel.
There’s a saying I do like to use:
we put a man on the moon before we put wheels on a suitcase
(Here expanded to extol anew video conferencing early-’19 by the ever reliable Rory Sutherland.)
I’d seen nipponese robo-lavs. A vast improvement on the franco-squats, yes, but how did we ever miss out on this simple mid-stage cover-grip style improvement?
My Sales cogs whirred. I was reminded in part of the classic space pen fable. Are you all tech advancement when you’d be better off thinking pencil?
Is a teflon frying pan all you’ve got to show from your giant leap forward?
What small evolution to how you sell would make a hugely appreciated, helpful even, difference to your prospects’ buying assessment? Or to (whisper it) your actual product or service delivery?
Although as a word of potential caution, note how the left-handed amongst us might feel in said Ivy…
What could be your ethos-promoting brass handle?