Our choices will be recognized and remembered by our clients.
The decisions you make today may not be COVID-serious. But our decisions matter: which route do you take, the one that benefits everyone long-term, or the one that benefits you short-term?
December 10 2019
I was asked a question today regarding my book, ‘Marketing Isn’t About You’, and I thought I’d share it with you here on the daily post:
“What are some ways someone can ‘love them first, ask questions later’?”
“It’s worth sharing because it’s a great question.
One worth asking daily. In business, in marketing, in relationships, in life.
It’s one that has no one answer. The question is the answer.
Want to wash cars but nobody’s asking? Go wash their car. Let them know it’s your gift to them and if they’d like you to do it again next weekend, here’s your rate.
Want to help people eat more healthily? Go tailor a meal plan just for them. Maybe arrange a preferential rate on groceries for them, or make the meal for them. Let them know it’s your gift to them, and if they’d like help going further, here you are.
Want to help their business grow? Go make it grow for them. However you can in a way that is ethical and accessible. Maybe arrange a phone call or email lead for them that they didn’t see coming. Let them know it’s your gift to them and if they’d like more, here you are.
The question is the answer.
Allow me to pose it to you: What are some ways someone can ‘love them first, ask questions later’?