Want A Superior Untapped Resource?

Want-A-Superior-Untapped-Resource?Raving fans,  that want more of you!

–         You’re passionately committed to your work and your customers. I know because that’s what many of you tell me!

Then give them more than they expect.

Be responsive. accessible, available, and willing to help customers whenever they have a problem. It also means keeping them informed and providing the service as soon as possible.

Be Emphatic ~ Being empathetic means putting yourself in the customer’s shoes, trying to ‘get’ their point of view, and feeling.

==> It means listening intently, asking the right questions, speaking their language, and tailoring your services to help, as best you can.

Anticipate a need and fill it. Customers are more loyal and willing to forgive errors when your dedication is obvious.  

==> Answer a question before they ask it. Delivering more than they expect is one of the most powerful ways to gain customer loyalty.

Remember, your efforts you make to keep your customers happy and wanting more of you is always going that extra mile that will increase your customer loyalty.

Customer retention and loyalty isn’t the result of doing any one thing better. It’s the result of doing a lot of things better.

You can measure the success of your business by the behavior of your customers. Knowing your customers and how to treat them…It’s your business survival kit.

This is something we can all pin up and look at regularly…

What Is a Customer?

(Poster in the headquarters of L.L. Bean)

A Customer is the most important person ever in this office – in

person or by mail.

A Customer is not dependent on us – we are dependent on him.

A Customer is not an interruption of our work – he is the purpose of it.

We are not doing a favor by serving him – he is doing us a favor

by giving us the opportunity to do so.

A Customer is not someone to argue or match wits with. Nobody ever

won an argument with a customer.

A Customer is a person who brings us his wants. It is our job to

handle them profitably to him and ourselves.

You know your clients are the most important asset you have.  So always remember to treat them extra special. Unless, I’m wrong about all of this? What do you think…

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“One of the things that’s been very difficult has been to see what it looks like to bring someone onto my team, all the steps involved – now I have more of a mental picture of what that would look like after our conversation. And know why it’s important to take steps that have proven successful. It feel like it’s more possible. ” Sue Mandell

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7 thoughts on “Want A Superior Untapped Resource?

  • January 13, 2014 at 7:19 am

    I agree with you 100%! All too often businesses, especially small businesses, spend most of their sales and marketing time and money trying to find new customers, not realizing the value of the one’s they already have.
    Wonderful article!!
    Healthy blessings

    • January 17, 2014 at 5:38 am

      Thank you Gena! From what I see out networking, what you are saying is just so true!

  • January 13, 2014 at 7:19 am

    Hi Donna,
    You are absolutely right. Sometimes I wonder where the old adage went that the customer is always right. Being two steps ahead with service above what they expect and knowing the customers needs will certainly make you stand out in this competitive world.
    Thanks for this important reminder.
    Have a super week.
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    • January 17, 2014 at 5:37 am

      Thank you so much for stopping by, Barbara…remembering our customers is always important even in writing our content! So I appreciate your comment 🙂

    • January 17, 2014 at 5:39 am

      Great point, Barbara…We often get overwhelmed deep in running our businesses and forgot our wonderful customers 🙂

    • January 17, 2014 at 5:35 am

      Thank you Dionne! I’m so very happy that you read my blog posts regularly and comment! Big hugs, 🙂

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