Capping Your Business

Last Update: July 11, 2017

Capping Your Business

July 11, 2017

By

David Lumsden

Copyright © by David Lumsden

Under a published work by Kyle (CEO, along with Carson) wrote on Goals for 2016.

I replied with a set of Goals based on Robert Kiyosaki’s book on The Cashflow Quadrant.

Feel free to find it under WA-Kyle profile, look for drlumsden reply. (Kyle and others have given kind responses and hopefully you may benefit from the list and why for the list of goals.)

You have heard it said that there are 2 kinds of people in this world. It depends on with whom you are talking or who is writing in which field:

  • People who love things, or
  • People who love people.

To cap your business, you are among those who love people.

Depending on the performance of my online business, (outside + inside WA) I hope to do 500 – 1000 referrals in my promotional goal for WA. On my part, it will depend on two significant factors.

Firstly, Personality.

Dan Kennedy says that the primary factor in developing long lasting customers continually buying from your (my) business is not features and benefits, but our personality.

Secondly, Relationships.

Dr. Gary Chapman is a Counseling Psychologist and published author/writer who wrote the book entitled, Five Love Languages. He says that life is not about accomplishments, but about relationships. Relationship is a key to formation of long term customers in your business. This weekend, I have been away from WA. I have been building relationships for referrals, as well as writing for the academic community, and catching up on some undone business.

In our (your) business, we must endeavor to let our personalities grow and reach our customers with a personal warmth and caring. Your customers become hungry. Two weekends ago, I was speaking to a group, and at the end they were asking when Our team would be back. They wanted more. Within my presentation, I talked about choice: between working as a greeter for a major retail store or from the comforts of your own home. Let it be known a greeter has a great personality, and develops a relationship between the customer and the store, but you can show that same magnetism between the customer and you and your own business. Who else do you know, with whom you would love to share the opportunity of your business and WA to have the same open opportunity as you have?

Tip: Let’s keep focused, on developing our Personality, and developing our Relationships.

Love you all,

DRL

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pablocortina Premium
Relationships are important. No doubt
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drlumsden Premium
Dear pablocortina
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Dear pablocortina,

Thank you for your reply.

Sorry I hit the wrong button and didn't finish my note to you.
So Personality, which is equally important, can be developed along with your business.
Clement Stone once wrote, "what you can conceive, and you can believe, you can achieve." The possibilities for you are Wow!

DRL
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Dear pablocortina,

You are welcome!

DRL
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