Archive for March 2014

How to Ruin Your Business in 10 Seconds or Less

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Customer service is all about deferring to the needs and requirements of the customer. We all know that the customer is king and it is important for the business to satisfy his needs in order to grow and compete in the market. In today’s world, the excellence of your customer service may be the only reason you get a repeat visit by that customer.

The point of delivery is the most crucial part of the business. If a person is successful in doing all other things of the business like planning, costing, marketing etc but failed to do the delivery on time then he can ruin his business.

Here are a couple of ideas to keep a high focus on the customer service:

Concentrating on delivery

It is very important for the business man to concentrate on each and every aspect of the delivery to ensure the quality and on time service to its clients.

Don’t consider delivery as the last point of customer transaction

Delivery should not be taken for granted and the last point of customer transaction. There are various essential things that have to be completed by the business owners after making the delivery for the complete customer satisfaction.

Consider the delivery part from the customer’s point of view

In order to have a successful business, it is important to consider the delivery part from the customer’s point of view. This not only helps in knowing the expectations of the customers but also increases the sales.

Getting Your Priorities Straight

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Every day business owners are stretched, pulled and tugged… and often in opposing directions!

How then are we supposed to make the best decision about which way to go?

That is the topic on today’s episode of 7 Minutes In the Morning with Thom Rigsby.


Do You Have The Guts To Grow Your Business?


Virtually every business owner will agree when asked if they want to grow their business ( and the rest are just not telling the truth! ). If that’s the case though, why isn’t every business growing? Well, we know growth is scary… could it be they’re, um, scared?

If you are… you’re in good company!

Yes, I said you’re in good company, because EVERY business owner has at least a little trepidation at growth. How will you finance it? Will the customers buy in? What if they don’t?

Yes, there’s plenty of risk, and that’s scary. How do you handle it? Well, listening to today’s episode of 7 Minutes In the Morning is a good start!