Serving others – that’s you, right?
Every day I either see or work with business owners being unselfish. Like going the “extra mile” to get a car repaired fast. Or giving up a weekend day to meet a client who has no other free time. And how about all those business owners who are going out of their way, for their employees, to keep things moving during this tough “virus economy.” How about a round of applause for everyone who remembers to keep serving others on a daily basis?!
And serving others is a little bit selfish, too.
Now, before you get too excited about that, let me explain. In a way, you have to be self-ish. I’m sure, when you get up each morning and Get Ready for work, your first thoughts are about your household. Right? And that’s exactly as it should be.
So, when you start your day, your goal for that day is to do the best job possible for you and your family. But here’s the thing, serving others well is the best way to do the best job possible. Because when you provide excellent information, products, and services for the needs of your customers, they say thank you with little green paper certificates.
Well, these days, you’re more likely to get digital certificates. But the result is the same. A fatter bank account. And that’s good for your “self” and the others in your home.
See how nicely that works?
But what happens when you get behind in your day-to-day operations? And then you get behind in your deadlines. Then, before you realize it, you’re playing a constant, and serious, game of catch up. When that happens, you won’t be able to serve others so well. And then customers and clients start looking somewhere else.
Clients and potential clients have shared sad stories like that with me lots of times. Do any of these statements sound familiar?
- I’ve got way too much to do, and too little time/ support at the moment.
- I’m doing it all myself right now.
- It’s hard letting go of certain responsibilities for my business, so I can focus on scaling it.
If any of those (or something like them) sound like you, I’d be willing to bet a “plug and play” system could turn things around for you. Of course, I believe my RondaReady business coach CRM system fits the bill. But it’s not for everybody. Because it’s not free.
And it doesn’t magically change things overnight.
But I’ve see it turn businesses around for over 17 years. It started with mine. And now lots of other business owners have become success stories with it, too.
So, are you Ready to start serving others better. And are you Ready to invest in a system that will pay for itself over and over? Are you Ready to become another one of those success stories? Then you’re really, really ready to Get Ready, get RondaReady and…