Polo Flare

By: Gustav Hoiland

Sep 02 2012

Category: bike polo

1 Comment

Aperture:f/8
Focal Length:70mm
ISO:800
Shutter:1/500 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Descending Geometry

Woke up in the new apartment, sunshine and all. All the boxes and bulging bags scattered about, hastily arranged by a heavily-breathing, stair-running, efficiency oriented fellow on his second dozenth trip up the flights. Walking around the neighborhood afterwards, I couldn’t tell if the giddiness was a result of loving the area, or some cerebral delusion of a dehydrated beaten-down laborer after mass physical exertion.

Whatever the case, thanks to the infuriating nature of Comcast, what should be so simple has … not been so. The rest of this post will be dedicated to … something consultants might write up in a needs-analysis.

  • Get a real CRM system that actually captures customer data
  • Make your website new-customer friendly
  • Don’t hide options that actually are options (e.g. stop lying to your customers) (Give them the whole truth, not just the most profitable slice of the truth)
  • Extend retail location hours during the single greatest moving day in Boston – Friday until 5pm, Saturday until 2pm, closed Sunday?

Enough. Back feels good.

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One comment on “Polo Flare”

  1. Beautiful picture…very summery…!


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