Google+ Consumer Psyche: Lessons from Mosquito


Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Lessons from Mosquito

Learnt so much from mosquito this week. The reason why it gets killed is because it is too obsessed with the taste of the blood that it forgets that it will be killed. Blinded by temporary success it forgets its long term goal and hence fails. People who run marathon never get bogged by people crossing them initially. A long term player is one who succeeds. He has a long term plan, step-by-step, time based. Not only that it is implemented with utmost care. Though it looks like the long-term player is slow and losing it is not so. Like a tiger, he waits for the big kill without compromising on quality, blinded by temporary success. He doesn't rest but goes on.

Are you a long term player or a mosquito? When was the last time you thought of the long term goal?


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Unknown said...

Good Example!

Unknown said...

Thanks! Was speaking to a friend when she gave this example. I added a little management.