Loyal Customers

In today’s competitive world of retailing, many stores are implementing external marketing programs designed to attract new business. Unfortunately, the cost may be high, with little investment. What often gets lost in the mix is the fact that it can be much more profitable to have a loyal customer base that returns again and again instead of constantly searching for a new customer who comes. Not that there’s anything wrong with new customers, but if that is the main focus to be missed a great opportunity with existing customers. When you put attention on your customers and feel appreciated, they tend to be more loyal.

Loyal customers are often willing to spend more and tell others about the experience they have with you. In the ten years he owned and operated only Bears and Stuff, a specialty store located in Myrtle Creek, Oregon, I learned a lot about customer service. Although some of it was of books, tapes and articles like the one you are reading right now, much of My idea came from my clients. Not only have I managed to stay in business, I have a very high percentage of repeat customers. The customer has to feel like they are getting something special.

How To Open Your Mind

I want you to generate new patterns in your mind and think of possibility … Opportunities to earn more money to live more comfortably, opportunities to meet new friends and a potential partner to love and be loved, job opportunities, business opportunities , meet your chances of being and knowing who you are and what else would you like to do in your life … Anyway, so many possibilities you can create in your mind evaluating possible new directions. As my coach says “the sky is the limit” (because I have had told coach do you?;)). “Whatever the mind can conceive, it can achieve” Napoleon Hill and W. Clement Stone Our mind is limited by the belief system we have built throughout our lives in the form of prejudices and concepts that constitute the mental models from which we stand before the world.

A mental model is like a framework or conceptual scheme that we have built in our minds to represent our own understanding of the reality we see as a system of objects and relationships. From our mental models, we observe our reality and predispose us to operate on it to achieve results. Since these mental models can explain how it works for us our reality and the world. My goal is to assist to extend the observation framework to expand your mind to new looks and then they let you create new possibilities for action to achieve the results you’re hoping for and have not yet been achieved.