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Long-Term Relationships Are The Bridges To Success



Is there a business in your area that always seems to have a steady stream of customers and a full parking lot? Is there someone you work with who customers are always asking for by name? Have you ever wondered what makes this place of business or person so popular? The answer is Long-Term Relationships!

By the time you finish reading this page you'll have access to information dealing with such issues as:

Creating good relationships from the very start
Understanding why long-term relationships are so important
Learning how to maintain good relationships

Learn what successful people know about how good relationships are the base and backbone of their success! When you're looking for work or a promotion, this bit of business truth applies to you as a person first. YOU are the "product", the employer is your "customer" and you need to make them see what benefits they'll get when they "buy" you.

Put yourself in their position. Ask yourself what you desire. Then give it to them the best you can.

When an employer senses you care about what they want first, they're much more likely to "buy" you.

Show your respect for this "customer". Educate this "customer". Tell them what sets you apart from all other candidates for the position.

Make it easy for them to see why they need to "buy" you. Tell them how you're going to solve their problems. Tell them how you're going to make them feel better/good. Then tell them HOW you're going to do this.

Customer satisfaction. Every employer knows the most important part of their business is the "Ultimate Employer" - Their paying customers.

So - When you treat an employer like your most important customer, (which they are at that time), you show them you know how important Customer Service is.

Having satisfied them as your first "customer", an employer will know they need you to do the same for their customers.

There really is no better way to start off on the right foot with your new employer.

On the flip side ... Today's employers have been learning there are actually two types of customers needed to create and maintain a successful business.

One is the "External Customer". These are the people who buy the products and/or services, the paying customer.

The other is the "Internal Customer". These are the people, from manufacturers to sales associates, who provide the products or services to the "External Customer".

Both of these types of customers are needed to make any business successful. You can't take care of the paying customers if you don't have good employees. And you can't take care of good employees if you don't have paying customers. So as you can see, both types of customers are pretty much equally important and both need to be satisfied.

It's very important for employers to have good working relationships with their employees, as well as their paying customers.

Not only do they need to train their employees, but also they need to respect their desires and satisfy these desires the best they can.

Even if you're in business by yourself and don't have any employees, you still have the "Ultimate Employer" - Paying customers.

And as anyone in business will tell you, repeat and referred customers are the "backbone" of any business. They're how the real money is made. So be sure to make good relationships from the start and do everything you can to keep them coming back.

Bottom line ... Whatever your position in the work world, if you follow these simple rules, you'll be Building Long-Term Relationships. Which will, in turn, build long-term success for you.



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