7 Phenomenal Features of "The Spiffy-G-Wagon"
- 7 Phenomenal Features of "The Spiffy-G-Wagon"
A Nurse Becca Blog Jibba for Wealthy Affiliates
This road trip is marked with a car that at first glance looked sort of like a Bentley. I shall name it "The Spiffy-G-Wagon" and go over 7 Phenomenal Features in honor of Kyle's Bugatti Blog Jibba. There are also some insights here for Fellowship in networking. In more honor of ultra rare conditions, patients and families. It is my greatest joy and privilege to present.
Shifter safety mirror
From the cool knob shifter, the mirror adjusts itself. I love that these humans made safety so stylish!
2. Cool Knob for shifter
In a way felt like driving what I imagine of a space craft from Star Wars. When it dawned on me that the thing which moves the mirror is the shifty knobby jobby.
3. Mobster Cigar holder
Maybe it is for a fancy pen for autographs... Fancy
No telling, so I just put lip gloss there for ambience.
4. Did not get me stranded
I cannot express the words of appreciation for trips free from car trouble.
Something makes my heart sing:
A trustworthy vehicle to get you from point A to point B and back to A without OMG!
Rumor has it this Spiffy-G-Wagon car does not come with a dip stick for the tranny from the factory. The customer must either take it in for service or purchase their own dipstick.
Dipstick or not, this equipped car quits and gets it. (Climbs up to speed quickly).
5. The clock looks sheek:
What time is it? Time to test the stereo!
6. Booms like Blue
Blue is the old farm truck that lost gears into the wind between here and lands unknown. I'm not mad Blue got me stranded, just still feeling guilty for risking the truck for a long country mile. With Enterprise they let me down instead of picking me up. Then Avis came through because they believe in the mission of a nurse. They always act with haste when I get my nurse-mobiles.
This time I was made fun of for my driver's license picture (yes I look like a weirdo). He had to show my crappy picture to the other carhop behind the counter. They both loudly laughed at me. This same guy always asks me if I'm a good driver.
Just turned it up a little like who's laughing now...
The stereo is made to make the seat jiggle, but no I didn't blast it off. The system factory in the Spiffy-G-Wagon is tuned identically to the bass and treble that could get you into trouble. Just like my Blue.
7. In my Spiffy-G-Ride it was also a networking adventure.
I received another invitation to premeir on podcast, this time on my niche specific consulting network.
With a quick phone conference, I had the privilege to talk with a renown consultant, Elle.
On Facebook messenger, I introduced Wealthy Affiliate's new feature Affiliate Programs. This was a great meeting, from one mastermind who harnessed social and online presence for medical facilities.
The idea of value-based pricing was a topic I have heard about in home health. Back when I home health and hospiced 2 vehicles to death.
Now my mind was racing of other possibilities with this inspiring brainstorm. This is what happens when I get to work with genius.
I wanted to introduce you to this concept for service-type business. The idea of value based pricing can be a model for companies who can show the loss a business will incur based off of valid statistics. This may sound complicated, but it is no different than applying it to a simple example.
Let's Take the hotel example.
Your business researches reviews of customers who will never return related to an experience of finding hair, used soap, half-eaten sandwiches geckos climbing up the wall or even Eeeeeeeks bed bugs. Now you have a proposal outlining the loss of people who simply would not return if attention, time and money are not invested in creating the best housekeeping process.
Couple this with references and there you have a great basis for value-based pricing.
This is just one example of value based pricing.
Another way to ponder this is payed shares on social media for popular influencers as opposed to shares you may pay for on a smaller scale. In other words, High traffic blog spots may have a heftier price tag for advertisement. Or guest blogs.
I hope you had fun cruising right along with me in my Spiffy-G-wagon. Number seven is the best part of this Nurse Becca Blog.
Remember you can network from practically anywhere. Even a borrowed wanna be Bentley!