Well.. this granny is back believe it or not. She lives, survives, thrives and strives to show her readers the prize. Oh lordy.. this blogging, flogging thing aint my cup of british tea just yet. But as a former UBC prof, I know i’ll be able to pick it up fairly soon. You see, in academia, you are going in with the motive to educate people but I’ve read that the best of bloggers do it in an entertaining manner.
Talking about the exquisiteness of british tea, my attention is diverted towards an experience I recently had with a chauffeur at vancouver limousine company. It was my husband’s cat’s favorite human’s anniversary (moi) and he decided to treat me with a lavish dinner and escort from a professional limo service (http://www.luxlimovancouver.com/limo-services.html). The chauffeur was simply amazing, he picked us up from burnaby and escorted us to our destination. Along the way, he raved about some new restaurant called bin 914, it was a hole in the wall type of place but he couldn’t stop taking about it. So understanding that he had nothing to gain out of this, I succumbed to his suggestions and decided to grab a quick appetizer in the midst of our journey to me and my husband’s special event date (we were gonna be watching a concert).
The appetizer blew my mind. The limo driver was on point. I had not tasted anything like it and it would not have been possible without our transport’s driver.
Who else am I going to recommend when I need a bus or limo service ? Him ofcourse.
Lessons for entrepreneurs:
Your service is ALWAYS A commodity business, UNLESS your service goes beyond the benchmark.
Take notes kids – the ol lady is talking.