But as the rain eventually subsided, I started to see something special unfold. The game of golf that Mark Twain famously described as “…a good walk, ruined”, was very special when played as a team game in the Ryder Cup format.
There were lessons in business for me to take from this…
To help you boost your sales. There are lots of ways to get testimonials from your customers – by far the simplest method it just to ask. There’s no trickery or incentives needed. However, there’s a world of a difference between a testimonial and a great testimonial. Here are two basic pointers to make sure they are effective;
However, irrespective of the state of the economy – what are you doing to Thrive – not just survive. I help small business owners and entrepreneurs create highly effective and powerful marketing strategies at next to no cost at all so they get to decide how many customers they have, and despite the economy… they continue to grow
Every transaction involves risk. And since you’re the one asking people to trust you and part with their money, you should be bold and confident enough to take this risk on board. How do you remove the risk? You do this by offering a big bold guarantee.
Following up is crucial and it’s one thing most businesses are really bad at.
Here’s a solution for you and one that I use all the time to take the stress out of selling and insure that I follow up with everybody that demonstrates an interest in how I could help them in their business.
I’d like to highlight the incredible benefits to your business of DIY PR. That’s – “Do It Yourself Public Relations”. I believe that most small businesses have the ability to run much of their Public Relations themselves and don’t need to incur the cost of an outside agency.