January 2011
logo arrow

At Front Line Marketing our goal is to help people realize their potential. For businesses this entails a focus on engagement; connecting managers to employees, employees to employees and employees to clients. That connection is most genuine when individuals understand their unique worth. We call it a "divine spark". It is that God given aspect of ourselves that is unique to each individual, that when discovered and shared with others, is appreciated and rewarded.

In business, this results in return visits, loyalty, recommendations, sales and profits. In our personal lives, becoming more ourselves by finding our gifts and developing talents to strengths has a positive influence in every aspect of our lives including our physical, spiritual and financial well being.

You are unique. You are special. And you are great just the way you are. Let us help you and your business maximize your potential by focusing on your talents. Once engaged, you'll discover, Sparks Fly!

To your success,

Bruce Cameron
Front Line Marketing

Life's Amusement Park

Take a moment and picture yourself in an amusement park. See the roller coasters, the flume ride, the carnival games, the lazy river and the wave pool. Can you see them? For those of us living in colder climates right now, this should be an especially pleasant exercise.

roller coaster
Now here is my question? Which ride is your favorite? What is the one ride that you spend the most time on? The one you look forward to. The roller coaster? The lazy river? Or would you spend most of your time in the carnival games? Now think of your family, which is each of their favorites? See if you agree with me that the ride reflects the personality. All the rides are great and we all gravitate to the one that best suits our, 'style'.

The difficulty we get in to in our lives is that we get a ride that we like, that suits us, and we get stuck on that ride. We don't bother to go to another one. Now when someone makes us, or when we finally do move on, we have a great time. Our favorite may be the lazy river, but it doesn't mean we don't like a ride on the roller coaster.

With no disrespect intended, I believe life can be compared to the amusement park. And just like the park, God has created life for our enjoyment.

Translation. Challenge your perspectives this year. Don't do the same things as last year - all the time. Life is here to enjoy. And we are here to discover ourselves. We do that best when we challenge ourselves to learn. Have new experiences, see things from another person's point of view. Live your life!

Don't worry. You're safe in the park. Enjoy!

argumant"Button Pushers", those pesky people that know just what to do or say to get under our skin. The more we know about the things that irk us, the better able we are to choose behaviors that minimize bad behavior.

Through our affiliation with the Center For Conflict Dynamics, we invite you to take a free "Hot Button" test to learn more about what sets you off.
Click here to learn more about your hot buttons

"You are alive, so take your life and enjoy it. You were born with the right to be happy, to love and to share your love. Just to be - to take a risk and enjoy your life - is all that matters."

To your success,

Bruce Cameron
Front Line Marketing