Tyson Moultrie|@typhoenixlive - Sponsored x SharpMobileUSA
Odd to think the features of a phone would give you insight to key components to being a successful entrepreneur, but somehow the attributes of being a good listener, adding quality & value, being creative and vision focused were reflected in the futurist minimal design of the Sharp AQUOS Crystal smartphone. See how I was inspired in the points below, sponsored by Sharp AQUOS Crystal and the #totheedge
Tyson Moultrie|@typhoenixlive – Taking Listening #totheedge
1. Good Listener – The Clari-Fi feature does a good job of livening up audio when using a dedicated set of headphones by sharpening mids, highs and enhancing vocals, but that all really comes down to the song you’re listening to…much like the client you’re interacting with– some will sound vastly better; others will hardly seem different, and you’ll still only notice when you listen with a dedicated set of ears. This will help you not miss any nuances amongst the crowd when building relationships and save you time when you’re not missing necessary details.
Tyson Moultrie|@typhoenixlive – Checking out The AQUOS Crystal #totheedge Screen and Quality
2. Adding Quality and Value – Giving the same quality services for a consumer or client’s money is vital and making sure you provide that value at the appropriate scale. Being both affordable and valuable when meeting their needs is just as important as generating profit. The AQUOS is a reminder of that as it’s an affordable mid-range smartphone, with many of the capabilities as it’s peers that are up to 4 times the cost.
Tyson Moultrie|@typhoenixlive – Jotting down thoughts of taking business creativity #totheedge
3. Being Creative – When developing as an entrepreneur being innovative or creative with how you get the word out about your business is the lifeblood of your success, or at least the veins. Much like the Direct Wave Receiver feature which uses vibrations making the 5″ crystal edgeless front glass screen turning the phone into an entire earpiece, as well as super clear screen for viewing and taking photos/videos. Which turns out to be a pretty cool and creative way to maximize being seen and heard, all-in-one.
Tyson Moultrie|@typhoenixlive – Taking vision #totheedge in this POV photo of a photo
4. Vision Focused – There can be a lot of distractions and clutter when you’re making decisions about the best direction for your business. Sometimes to get the best picture you have to lean on the expertise and experience of an advisor. Sam goes for when you’re trying to focus and get the perfect shot with the AQUOS like for you that advisor is built in with its Framing Advisor Guide feature.
Use these tips to find your Edge, as I find more I’ll update…to be inspired by the Sharp AQUOS Crystal visit: www.to-the-edge.com