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What Enchantment is, and why you need it.
The thing that really resonated with me while I was reading this book is that the ideas and the reality of being completely enchanted with something is something that I am, and I don’t think it is going too far to say “we are”, very familiar with. Although the feeling is very pure and simple, the task of enchanting someone with an idea, a cause, or a service can be incredibly daunting and complicated. In the book Enchantment Guy Kawasaki breaks down the process of enchanting people beautifully.
Although this isn’t really even scratching the surface of what Guy has to share in this book, there are certain things that will make a cause enchanting:
1. It needs to be deep.
The people who feel passionate about a cause or movement need to know without question that you invested significant time anticipating what they will need to know and what they can do to help you bring about change.
2. It needs to be intelligent.
To leave someone enchanted it must solve a problem in smart ways that have either been proven to be effective, or build upon an effective strategy for bringing about change.
3. The “whole package” needs to be complete.
Your audience isn’t going to remain dedicated to your cause for long if the entire experience is thought through and designed to enchant. They want to know what effect their contributions are having on the overall successes of your organization.
4. It has to be empowering.
Quite simply, your supporters must be able to do things that they couldn’t do before they joined your cause, and that they likely wouldn’t be able to do again without it in the future.
5. It should be elegant.
People like attractive things and when they are considering what their role could be in an organization they want to be able to see the pride in what you have created, and the beauty in the effect of it. For some people a simple and understandable structure is the key, but there may be others that are seeking the opposite. Embrace the unique things that you do which make your organization elegant.
If you want to learn the difference between believing in these points and integrating them to leave your contributors or volunteers enchanted with your organization or cause, Guy Kawasaki is the one to teach you. We’ve set up the chance for you to participate in that very discussion.
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