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Conducive Conditions

Only when your inner state has conditions conducive for gardening will your exterior experience produce the flowers you long to behold.

If the vase is empty, you may want to start tilling the soil in your chest.

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The Right Time

You may have the right product or the right idea and you may even have a scenario for what you perceive to be as the right place, but if it isn’t the right time for the person on the other side of the exchange, chances are there will not be an exchange.

And that’s ok.

So the proper focus and goals for our days should not be to maneuver scripts and dialogues to get people from a place of not being to buy to being ready to buy, but simply to love, serve, and clothe our relationships in The Golden Rule.

You can’t create the right time for people buy something or buy into you, but you can love and serve in the meantime until the time is right for them.

If you’ve done so, rest assured, the knock at the door will come soon.

A purchase is the byproduct of trust and trust is the byproduct of love and service.

Here’s the deal…there isn’t an hour, moment, or day where love and service aren’t welcomed. For such things, it’s always the right place and the right time.

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The Cup-Bearers We Trust

Information and data was once a sacred commodity that only the few could afford access to. It was a stream we could fish in, but now it’s an ocean in which we can only hope to stay afloat.

Now that the information and data is too much to sift through, too thick to read, and changing all too often, it’s one’s recommendation that has now become the gold standard of our research.

Essentially, your sphere of influence now acts as your cup-bearer to the world you metaphorically drink in. In other words, we’ll trust the taste and palate of a friend over Google any day. I don’t see this changing anytime soon.

Think of it this way. When you pour your customer a drink, i.e., serve them – then somewhere down the road you’ve just poured one for one of their friends as well. But by the time the friend is ready to drink, he’ll already have a thumbs up or thumbs down about your style and service from the customer you served today.

Get this and you’ll get a win tomorrow.


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Minding Your Manners or Minding Your Competition?

Saying please and thank you to your customers always pays a much greater dividend than discovering the flaws and weaponry of your competition.

Couple thoughts:

Business success loves standing in the shadows of the customer spotlight.

Customer Care > Competition Concern.

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What Happens When You Ask?

You, hopefully, get an answer to act on.

You get a chance to respond and it’s your response that will be the building blocks of your legacy.

Once you know how, when, and why to serve someone you’ve just been given the master-key to two joys: theirs and yours.

The truth sleeps in questions.

You’re here to wake it up.


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