Excellence - The Only Standard For Your Business

Written by Jenean Matthews


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You findrepparttar product in store A. You askrepparttar 117827 salesperson if it's compatible with what you have on your computer system. The software product doesn't give that information. The salesperson doesn't knowrepparttar 117828 answer but tells you if purchase repparttar 117829 product and find out later that it won't work you can return it within 10 days of purchase if it is unopened.

You find your software at store B. Again, you're not sure of repparttar 117830 compatibility. You askrepparttar 117831 salesperson but he doesn't know. He escorts you torepparttar 117832 help desk and asks another salesperson. She is not 100% sure but thinks it may be compatible. The salesperson pulls uprepparttar 117833 software company's web site, finds out it is compatible, and printsrepparttar 117834 information for you and you makerepparttar 117835 purchase.

Which store will you return to for your next purchase?

*Treat People Like You Want To Be Treated You expectrepparttar 117836 best when you are spending you time and hard-earned money. In turn, you must give your customers repparttar 117837 best. When you set up your business, walk through repparttar 117838 purchasing process your customers will experience from repparttar 117839 moment they click on your web site or drive up to your place of business. As you go through your purchase process ask yourself each step ofrepparttar 117840 way, "Is this how I would like to be treated?" If you get torepparttar 117841 point where your answer is no, makerepparttar 117842 necessary changes.

-When a customer makes a purchase from you ask them about their experience.

-Visit chat rooms and bulletin boards where consumers gather to complain about their shopping experiences. Examine your business and make surerepparttar 117843 same complaints cannot be said about your company.

-Think of instances when you received excellent treatment and find ways to incorporate it in your business.

Offerrepparttar 117844 highest quality, be exceptionally good, go beyond repparttar 117845 norm and showrepparttar 117846 utmost respect for your customers. They will return again and again and bring others along with them.

Excellence - The Only Standard For Your Business 2000 Jenean Matthews is a businesswoman who believes in encouraging and helping others to accomplish their dreams. She believes people can overcome obstacles, rise to any occasion, and accomplish their entire dream with enough faith. She can be found accomplishing her dream at http://www.1stshoppingavenue.com or subscribe torepparttar 117847 newsletter for chances to win free gifts salespaper-subscribe@topica.com



Jenean Matthews is a businesswoman who believes in encouraging and helping others to accomplish their dreams. She believes people can overcome obstacles, rise to any occasion, and accomplish their entire dream with enough faith. She can be found accomplishing her dream at http://www.1stshoppingavenue.com or subscribe to the newsletter for chances to win free gifts salespaper-subscribe@topica.com


The Narrow Path

Written by Jenean Matthews


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What do you do onrepparttar narrow path? You start an ezine or newsletter. You allow people who are specifically interested in your product or service to sign up one by one and refer others to you alongrepparttar 117826 way. This path is a slower pace. You offer advise, guidance, new information to groups of people who look forward to hearing from you. This path is rewarding. You can now focus your attention on repparttar 117827 details of your products or service. The question is not what will interest this group or that group. It all will be interesting on your new path.

Was it necessary to takerepparttar 117828 broader path? Yes. The narrow path doesn't begin atrepparttar 117829 beginning ofrepparttar 117830 journey. The broader path brings name recognition and site popularity but after you've gather in some customers you come to realize you can't be everything to all people. It's at that point whenrepparttar 117831 fork inrepparttar 117832 road appears and you choose to step off ontorepparttar 117833 narrow path.

We don't all reach this path atrepparttar 117834 same time. Some reading this right now still feel they can sell water to a fish. That's ok for now.

Whenrepparttar 117835 time is right Resistrepparttar 117836 temptation to fight Putrepparttar 117837 narrow path in sight And reach for a new height.

It's time to run a new race One with a different pace So put a smile on your face And turn with grace

Downrepparttar 117838 narrow path.

Sincerely,

Jenean

The Narrow Path 2000 Jenean Matthews is a businesswoman who believes in encouraging and helping others to accomplish their dreams. She believes people can overcome obstacles, rise to any occasion, and accomplish their entire dream with enough faith. She can be found accomplishing her dream at http://www.1stshoppingavenue.com or subscribe to repparttar 117839 newsletter for chances to win free gifts salespaper-subscribe@topica.com



Jenean Matthews is a businesswoman who believes in encouraging and helping others to accomplish their dreams. She believes people can overcome obstacles, rise to any occasion, and accomplish their entire dream with enough faith. She can be found accomplishing her dream at http://www.1stshoppingavenue.com or subscribe to the newsletter for chances to win free gifts salespaper-subscribe@topica.com


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