Steal my secret weapon for success

We all know the principles of free enterprise.

You work hard to sell a great product or service. You charge the customer a bit more than it cost you to produce it. That’s profit.

In this age when competition is tougher and tougher, squeezing out a profit can be difficult, especially in the billion-dollar coaching industry.

So, how do we stay afloat in this sea of rivalry without compromising our integrity or our bottom line?

Well, here’s the skinny: It’s all about giving back more than we take. Sounds counterintuitive, right? But think about it. By adding extra value to our relationships with customers and communities, we’re not just making a buck; we’re building trust and loyalty.

And let’s not forget the magic words: “Thank you.” Gratitude goes a long way in business. Whether a simple email exchange or a big-ticket sale, a heartfelt “thank you” can turn a transaction into a relationship.

But perhaps the most powerful principle of all is generosity. Every now and then, it pays to give something away to someone who truly needs it. It could be a discount, a piece of advice, or a helping hand. Not only does it make a difference in their life, but it also nourishes the soul of our business.

Embrace these values as our secret weapons in the battle for success. Let’s give more, thank more, and help more. Because in the end, it’s not just about making a profit; it’s about making a difference.

ShannonC
ShannonC

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