Category: Finding Clients

5 Tips for Being a Better Listener for Your Coaching Clients

If you’re a coach, you better be a good listener. You need to hear what your clients say; no daydreaming allowed. Yes, you need to have expertise to help them work through their problems or to improve their mindset, but you won’t know which advice to offer if you don’t listen carefully. In today’s busy […]

Are Your Clients Happy? How to Measure Client Satisfaction

If you don’t hear any complaints from your clients, you might assume that they are satisfied with your service or product. But are they really satisfied or are they just non-confrontational and looking for another provider behind your back? The easiest way to attain client feedback is with a survey. You can set these up […]

Three Tips for Crafting an Effective, Tweetable Message

Few social networks sum up public discourse more effectively than Twitter. Thanks to its short-form nature and enormous audience, a single topic of discussion can often evolve into a completely natural case study for marketers. Be it immense disapproval or the immense success of a single meme, Twitter offers a unique look into conversation. But […]

Never Forget That Your Customers Have a Choice

People don’t like to be taken for granted, irrespective of whether they are giving freely of their time and resources or whether they are paying for them.  Customers may also leave if they feel they are being taken advantage of by not getting consistent high levels of service and some sort of communication, periodically. Make […]

It’s Time to Stop Selling and Start Building Relationships

For many of us, sales is a four letter word; something that causes us stress and anxiety.  So I say, “stop selling then!”.  Sounds like a good idea, doesn’t it?  So what do I mean? Instead of trying to close a sale, try to build a relationship and see if that doesn’t allow the client […]