Inthe foreword of Tim’s new book, Roy Williams likened cheap success among advertising consultants as those that wear “an expensive suit, twinkling eyes, perfect teeth, a Rolex and a $100 haircut. Lots of name dropping.” Roy quoted “Tim success was never cheap. Tim can swing the hammer.”
Tim makes big things happen for his clients (all of Tim’s clients experienced double digit growth last year) and Tim is the official King of Seussing (he makes up weird words).
In Tim’s new book you will take a three part ride:
- Making Good Company are stories and case studies about strategic planning, building things from the ground up or rebuilding them or recalibrating them from the ground up for your small business.
- Keeping Good Company is about some of the copy that Tim has used, some of the ads Tim has written and some of the things he knows to be true about delightful customer service and how to implement your own share worthy customer service program.
- Then the third part is Being Good Company and it’s a more personal look at Tim’s life and some of the things he’s learned about good deed doing and how Tim and his family’s eyes were opened by their son after he was diagnosed with autism and how Tim, his wife and family have learned to separate the truly important from the merely urgent.
Keeping Good Company really is a great book, you should buy one…or in Tim’s words you should buy two or 10 (if you buy100, Tim will cut your lawn).