How Do You Make Your Clients Feel?

Think about the last interaction you had with your service provider. Think about how you felt at the end of that interaction. There are three ways you could have felt. You may have had a negative reaction. It may just be a neutral reaction or a positive reaction. These reactions may be random, but as […]

What to do When a Client Leaves

I remember in my business many years ago when I had a client who was a faithful, regular client.  We had lots of work from this client, and then very abruptly they said, “We’re going to cancel and we’re going to do this ourselves.  We won’t be using you anymore.” When you love your clients […]

When Clients Face Bad News: How to Support them in Difficult Times

Have you ever encountered a business relationship where you knew the person was facing bad news on a personal level?  Perhaps it is a client’s medical diagnosis or a death in the family.  Maybe your client is going through a divorce.  In personal situations like these it can be difficult to know what to say […]

Do Your Clients Know You Love Them?

In your heart you appreciate your clients.  You hope they feel it from you.  In reality, it’s probably one more thing on your, “I’ll get to it” list.  You need a plan in place so the things in your heart are not forgotten.  It doesn’t have to be big things.  Sometimes the little things are […]

Do your clients feel connected?

Often when clients sign up to work with you, whether one-on-one or in a group program, they are attracted to you. You are a big reason they say, “yes.” They look forward to being connected to you and what you can offer. The problem comes when you get busy and your clients lose that feeling […]

How to Achieve Harmony

When the kids are fighting somehow I always get pulled into the middle of it. And as the mom of 5 kids, I have seen my share of fights. Each one wants me to take their side and prove the other is wrong. It drives me crazy. For example, over Spring Break my two teenage […]

The Most Important Person in the World

I was listening to an interview of Daymond John the other day. Daymond is best known as the founder of the clothing line, FUBU, and an investor on the show, Shark Tank. In the interview he said, “Your customer is the most important person in the world.” Moments later he went on to say, “Everyone […]

Loyalty in an Online Business

Making money online is a numbers game. You track subscribers, click rates, conversions, etc. The more people who see your offer, the more money you will make. So technically, you just need to pay for more high-converting ads and invest in building your list. What if you increased your conversion rates? Then you could make […]

Is your business spreadable? Sharable client experiences.

Client experiences that delight make it easy for clients to tell others about you. In 1977 Pillsbury had a commercial about just how spreadable their frosting was. They cut a knife out of a paper plate and showed everyone that you could spread it with a paper knife. While all you needed was a paper […]

I don’t have loyalty to a photographer.

As I worked with my daughter to choose a photographer for her senior pictures, I realized that no photographer has earned my loyalty. Because of that, this will be the 5th professional photographer I have used in the last 10 years. When my oldest was a senior, I knew a photographer through networking. I hired […]