The Science Of Personal Achievement – Episode 2 – Part 1
Watch this power episode of “The Science of Personal Achievement” where business coach Clay Clark and Clifton Taulbert New York Times bestselling author and entrepreneur discuss establishing solid relationships. What is it that makes your relationship with a client “solid”. Why it is so important to even establish a relationship? They are most likely already buying from you, right? Think about your competitors, what if they established a better relationship with your current clients? Do you think they will continue to use your services? No! Take time out of your day to nurture those connections, take value in what they have to say. What Clay and Clifton are trying to relay is to make that relationship real. Treat that client as you would like for them to treat you. Pretty much summarizing the golden rule. Clifton had made an impact on an individual that was so touching that Clay was moved to share the story with you thrivers. Watch as he expresses gratitude for Clifton for influencing a fellow mentor here at Thrive15. Clay also brings up Napoleon Hill who is one of the earliest producers of personal-success literature. Talking about sustainability with a mutual benefit of relationships. So do not let you clients think of you as a vendor. Go out to the people who choose to do business with you and show your appreciation for all they do. Here at Thrive15 we try earnestly to persuade that you do everything possible to be the most successful entrepreneur. Turn you contacts into friends, make them want to do business with you. Eventually they will run into people needing your services. With your great reputation they may just recommend them to your business that you work so hard to maintain. If you are having any additional trouble in your business try watching a few more videos here at Thrive15 and hear what all the powerful mentors have to say.