Today’s election day, but whether you know it or not, you vote every day. You vote on the grocery where you shop, where you buy your coffee, the restaurant where you eat lunch. You vote on the clothes you wear, the car you drive, the social activities you attend. You might not be electing the president, but you are sending a message about what you support and where you’ll spend your money.
Similar to elections, millions of dollars are spent trying to gain your attention and to solicit your vote. Businesses are all raising their hands and saying, “Pick me. Vote for me.” Unlike political elections though, business remain open as long as they get enough votes. They don’t have to win. They don’t have to be elected unanimously.
Your vote is your voice. Use it wisely. Make sure your vote represents you.