You’ve probably heard it over and over again, companies and business professionals claiming they’re different and not like everyone else, implying that they’ll provide better service, cheaper prices or something else that’ll benefit the customer that can’t be found elsewhere. It’s a nice claim to make and although it sounds promising, unfortunately, it’s just not… Read More
Author: Kimble Bosworth
I have a horrible case of ADD and often exaggerate numbers. I seduce crowds with my unrehearsed and frequently unfiltered public speaking. I can pilot an innertube down a raging river with remarkable accuracy and I can cook five minute oats in under four minutes. I am an expert in plastering corners, a hopeful romantic and an outlaw in China. Occasionally, I survive airplane crash landings. When I’m bored I create elaborate Sharpie fantasy universes in spiral journal notebooks. I enjoy vacant, drained pool skateboarding. On Fridays, after work, I give marketing advice to growing companies over beers at no charge. I sleep with my eyes open. I have had tea with monks at the Golden Pavillion. I advised the British not to adopt the Euro. My love story has won countless gift baskets from Valentines Day radio call in shows. I once read A Hundred Years of Solitude, Baseball: A History and the entire works of Dr. Seuss in one day and still had time to build an Adirondack chair from a used pallet that evening. I can sing or recite the commercials for every food item in the supermarket. I dance, I sing loudly and off key at inappropriate times and I have no debt. On weekends, to let off steam, I participate in full contact Pinterest. I am convinced that the reason for civilization’s decline is the mansard roof. I died when I was 15. I got better. And, you may not know this, but I invented the cheeseburger.
3 Challenging but necessary conversations to Grow Relationships
In the marketing world, customer service plays a huge part when catering to clients. We need to make tough decisions that affect our business and the clients business but still relay information and decisions in a professional manner. Sometimes you aren’t doing your clients any favors by sugar-coating those thoughts. They need to hear from… Read More
Importance of Customer Appreciation
The most enjoyable part of any business should be interacting with your customers. They are your bread and butter, the reason you do what you do and hopefully do it successfully. I figured this out when our business faced a challenge. We found ourselves short-handed; our bandwidth to reach out to customers, gone. We needed… Read More