A Crazy Shower Experience

 In today’s video, I am going to get a bit intimate.  That’s right…

I’m going to share an experience I had in a hotel shower that I will never forget.

This lesson is all about expectations.  In life and in business, many of the emotions we experience are a direct result of the expectations we have about certain events, people, or tasks.

This story is about a little historic hotel in Ely, Nevada named Hotel Nevada, where I had a shower that I won’t soon forget! Check it out!


 

If you enjoyed this story or think that a friend could benefit from the lesson I shared, please SHARE this video.  Have you had a similar expectation that was exceeded?  If so, I’d love to hear it, so please comment below!

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PPS. Here’s another warning sign on the bathroom door!

About Rich and Natasha Hazlett

Natasha Nassar Hazlett is a practicing attorney, international internet marketing consultant and author. Rich Hazlett has more than 15 years of experience in marketing, strategic planning, brand management, advertising production management and sales. He is currently a full-time internet marketer. Thousands of entrepreneurs have been through our course: The Ultimate Attraction Marketing Crash Course. We are also the authors of The Lead Whisperer’s Guide to Attraction Marketing, The Lead Whisperer 2.0 and The Fast Forward Guide To Social Media PPC. Natasha is also the author of Slapped: Lessons from the Internet Marketing Graveyard. We have worked with (and continue to work with) industry leaders like Ann Sieg, Mike Klingler, DiDi Alcheva, Jim (the “Traffic Monster”) Yaghi and others to bring the best information possible to our fellow entrepreneurs. When we’re not helping our fellow entrepreneurs, we enjoy the beautiful Idaho outdoors and on any given weekday or weekend in the winter, you’ll find us on the ski slopes by our house.

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2 Responses to “A Crazy Shower Experience”

  1. Ruth Says:

    Enjoyed your shower experience video and the way you related it to marketing. It is so true that having realistic expectations can determine success or failure in our businesses. Developing the skills sets for marketing successfully online is a key part to the online puzzle. Thanks for sharing your wisdom and insight.

    To Success,
    Ruth
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  2. Natasha Hazlett Says:

    Great to see you here Ruth!

    Thanks for sharing your comments : )

    Natasha
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