Growing a business from the ground up to recognizable brand is easier said than done. This blog will chronicle the journey of the process of growing a company from the near beginning. It will focus on marketing, business strategy, social media, sales and so much more. Follow along to see how hard or easy the process truly is. (Link in bio) 🌏 •
0 03 minutes ago
Fun fact about Moe: I DONT do the excuses and sob stories 🙅🏽♀️
Excuse 1 - I don't have the money 💩 (But you have money for Jordan's, Gucci, Cable TV, Red Bottoms, The Club, Upgrade on a new phone, etc
Excuse 2 - I don't have the time ⌛️(Lies - you give your job 10-14 hours a day make time)
Excuse 3 - I don't have the patience 💔 (but you have patience for traffic, a boss, coworkers, low pay)
Excuse 4 - I'm going to do it someday 👺(no you won't someday is not a day of the week)
Excuse 5 - Can you pay for me to start 👎🏽 (heck no! you won't slack or quit on my dime) level up
Excuse 6 - If I have to invest in myself it must be a Scam ☠️ (the real scam is low pay and never being able to spend time with your family)
Excuse 7 - I'm not good at selling ❌ (but you sold yourself at the interview for your Job with the performance of a lifetime)
Excuse 8 - I can't because it will interfere with my welfare or disability ♿️ (smh that's a bum mindset)
Excuse 9 - My boss 🤖 will find out (Your Boss is not your Master nor controls you) Slavery ended many years ago silly 🤦🏽♀️ Excuse 10 - I'm SCARED I will fail 😳 (not if you believe in yourself and hustle hard for success 💯 ——————————————————————— What’s some excuses people give you ⬇️⬇️⬇️ •
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1 55 minutes ago
'좋아!' 라고 외치는 건
해결책에 초점을 맞추는 자세다.
갖가지 문제, 실패, 장애물을
미리 알고 받아들이는 자세를 갖게 한다.
이 자세만이 우리를 앞으로 나가게 한다. ⠀
'좋아!' 라고 외치며
그리고 '좋아!' 라고 외치며
<타이탄의 도구들> 중에서🌿
긍정적인 사람은 한계가 없고,
부정적인 사람은 한 게 없다!
당신에게 꿈을 세일즈합니다🌹 -김진우-
This picture is from December 2014 ~ 8 months before I decided to embark on a new career path where I get to decide how, where, and when I work to provide for these beautiful beings + never miss moment like this!🎅🏻🦌 Was/Is it easy? Not always, but damn it will forever be worth it!🙌🏻♥️
You don’t know good soil because you haven’t planted any seeds✍🏽
1 2815 minutes ago
I believe you can only achieve great customer service if you are serving the right customers for your business. This means you need to focus on who the customer (client) is long before you serve them. Too often a company tries to be all things to all people. Upfront you should consider how your products, services, and approach to doing business match your customer’s requirements.
If your customer needs you to do a lot of custom work and you are only structured to provide standard product, you will disappoint.
If your lead time is two to three weeks and your consumer is constantly calling at the last minute, you will disappoint.
If your customer likes a lot of personal attention, meetings, and phone calls, and you want the process to be more online and automated, you will disappoint.
If you like to be on the cutting edge and constantly innovating, and your customer wants to do the same thing over and over, you will disappoint, not to mention you will get frustrated and annoyed.
So, before you think about how to service a client, consider whether it is a client you want. Ask yourself: Is the work something that fits well into your existing workflow, processes, and the capabilities of your company? Would it be a stretch to deliver what your customer is asking for, or require a capital investment you are not prepared to make, like adding inventory? What if it just isn’t work you are ramped up to do? If the work is not part of your core capabilities, it takes longer to accomplish. You simply may not be able to provide timely service. You really need to think about whether the client can, and will be, good for your business in the long-term.
Once you get the client, you need to perform, and unfortunately, most don’t. A recent study by SuperOffice that benchmarked customer service stated, “Most companies know what they need and should deliver excellent customer service. But interestingly enough, research shows that while 80% of businesses believe they provide excellent customer service, in fact only 8% of customers believe they are actually receiving excellent service.”