My husband and I are going for a market plaza in Jeju island.
When we are getting closer, we can hear loud music and recorded shouting selling voices. Many small stalls owners are competing for consumers attention to get business.
After passing through a few noisy stalls stretches, we see along a few other stretches the stalls are much quieter and pleasant. These small vendors have displayed their goods nicely and attractively.
You see, to be heard does not mean to the loudest one.
To be heard is to find the right audience and serve them whole heartily.
To be heard is to show your strength and display it in a right way – the way your customers like and accept.
The key to be heard is to know your audience and your customers.