Since so many women were in attendance and no males, I have to draw a conclusion. Either, men have this relationship thing down and don’t need any help (stifling laughter), or perhaps I made a huge marketing blunder.
"As people who encounter others on a daily basis, we can't prevent people from making snap judgments about us...We can, however, control how we handle our snap judgments of others."
I'm not on a crusade to end social media or texting but I am on a mission to make us more aware of the people in front of us than the happenings on our devices.
I considered giving you a card with money, but since there are more graduates than there are dollars in my bank account, I decided I would give you something better. Today I am going to give you a...
A small business will never compete with big box retailers, corporate franchises, or the on-line retail industry if people don't like to frequent the establishment. The good news is... READ MORE
I want small-businesses to succeed. In order for that to happen, they need to be able to compete with the major chains, big box stores, and online retailers. It won't happen if customers don't feel good about being in your presence.
Here is a tip for small business owners and anybody involved in any aspect of the sales and service departments of any business- don't make your customer look or feel stupid. It's bad for business.
Generally speaking, we have forgotten how to deliver an appropriate expression of remorse. That is, if we even deliver one at all. I've received plenty of poorly executed apologies (and probably delivered more than a few). Let's talk about some of them.
When you demonstrate a sincere happiness at serving others, people want to be near you and I don't need to spell out for you why that is good for your small business.