Earlier this week, Queen Elizabeth’s funeral was held at Westminster Abbey, and millions worldwide tuned in to pay their respects. This was a somber event and, in every sense, the end of an era. After all, the Queen reigned for 7 decades & witnessed world-changing events throughout her career.
Around 2000 people attended the funeral in person, but there was an eight-legged creature too who dropped by to pay its respects. People quickly noticed a spider on the English Oak coffin strolling through the flowers laid on top of the coffin.
And just like that, a regular spider became the most famous spider in the world. Imagine being a plain, simple arachnid who wakes up one day doing whatever it is they do. And next thing you know, you are thrust into the limelight, watched by millions of people across the globe with all their attention focused on you.
That’s the story of the most famous spider from this week.
Sometimes, just being at the right place and at the right time pays off.
Clearly, the spider didn’t mean to become the star at the most famous funereal event of our times. But, there are instances in life where we intentionally want to be at the right place and at the right time.
Take, for example, being in front of your customer just when they are thinking of purchasing a part or a service. Can you imagine how quickly that conversation would go forward?
That’s exactly what Entytle can do for you – help you be in front of the right customer, at the right time, with the right knowledge & recommendations.
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