To all my readers and viewers, I had sad news, real sad news. I will be moving soon from WordPress, to a more permanent platform. But I promise not to leave you all, and would take you along with me. Stay in touch constantly and watch out for the next big move.
Sad news aside, we move on to the tip for the day. A How-to: Not to long ago, I realized and or discovered that in every business and in every profession, there is a need to communicate what that business or profession does for the customer. Do we all agree???… I take that as a YES.!!!
Sometimes we wrongly and rightly define communication, so let’s find a common ground.- It is a learned skill that is required in everything you will ever do. Every minute and penny spent on learning to communicate well will return your minutes and pennies many times over. You either do it the “Professional, First class way” or the “Shoddy, Low class way”.
My guess is you all want to go professional. After all that’s the purpose of this post. Professionalism – is doing the right thing for the customer. Sometimes the right thing isn’t selling your product or service to a person. Keep that in mind.
In other circumstances, a person who very much needs whatever product you have will want to argue with you about some silly thing.. they always do…but he/she is really just afraid of making a poor decision.
What do you do then? DON’T TURN YOUR BACK ON THEM. Why??? Part of the obligation of being a professional is to get the customers what they really really need.
Focus on finding people who want a product/service ( that helps people) rather than trying to force it on those who don’t want it. That’s how to communicate the professional-first class way.
Ready to go out there and make a difference (I am…)