Ever been shot with an arrow? I imagine it could hurt. Could hurt? You ask. Well, yeah, it could hurt if the point of the arrow made the impact. An arrow hitting me with its side or the feathers might not hurt at all. You see, it’s not so much the arrow that causes the pain, it’s the tip. Our ancient brethren knew this when they fashioned weapons for hunting.… Read More »The Tip Is the Part That Hurts: Four Tips to Not T.I.P.
The three ring circus has nothing on Hayward Field I’ve always been a sucker for a good track meet. Well, even a mediocre one too. Since my first one, the Huron Relays in March of 1967, I’m hooked.When P.T. Barnum added the third ring to his “Greatest Show on Earth” in 1882, he indeed invented the three ring circus. He was, however, a little behind in this whole three ring… Read More »A Track and Field Kind of Summer
I’m teaching a class at the Denver Metro Association of Realtors on June 23-24 called “Real Estate Negotiation Expert.” The course is the only National Association of Realtors certification in the science and art of negotiation. DMAR and I are hoping for a good turnout. The real estate industry and consumers everywhere are looking for more. They are looking for Standing Room Only! Why SRO? Simple. We lived through Short Sale and Foreclosures… Read More »The Call for SRO: Real Estate Negotiation Expert
What is Customer Service? Before we can answer that, let’s go to dictionary.com and look for some definitions. First CUSTOMER: “a person who purchases goods or services from another” Next, SERVICE: “An act of helpful activity.” So, customer service is the act of helping someone who has purchased goods or services. The operative word, I believe, is activity. Customer service is active, even PROactive, not passive. It’s an action, not… Read More »The Eight Irrefutable Laws of Customer Service