The other day Cupcake and I took a trip down memory lane.
We went to visit some friends that live in the town I grew up in.
After the visit we decided to go get a slice at my favorite Pizzeria.
I wondered if it would still be there after all these years.
We pulled into the lot, saw the purple neon, and my mouth began to water thinking about the delicious New York Style pizza, with crispy crust, and melty mozzarella I was about to have.
As we drew closer to the store front something didn’t look right.
There was no one inside.
It was dark.
We’re they closed?
Where was everyone?
I opened the door and there was a slovenly dude with disheveled grey hair and a dirty white T-shirt sitting in front of a laptop on one of the tables.
He pops up and says, “What can I get you guys?”
I approach the counter and see there are no Pizza pies on display.
I ask him, “Where’s Tony?”
He says, “He sold this place years ago.”
I ask him if he has any slices?
He says he doesn’t.
Then he goes into some long winded story about school being out and business being slow.
He follows that with, “Come back in three weeks when school’s back and we’ll have slices again.”
Dominoes says you can have Pizza hot and fresh in thirty minutes or less.
And this guy is saying to come back in three weeks.
I’d be surprised if he was in business in three weeks.
This reminds me of the legions of people claiming to be service providers.
They wow you with the neon lights.
Draw you in.
And then can’t deliver.
I don’t have any fancy lights, bells or whistles to draw you in.
All I have is a few case studies from happy clients http://thepodcastfactory.com/case-studies
And like the postman,
No matter what,
Rain, sleet, snow.
When you’re ready to have a hot, fresh, podcast delivered in 30 days or less – you know where to find me.
Jonathan #DaddysWorking Rivera