Here’s the first issue of Business Success Thursday.
This is a short easy to read message that is designed to help you create higher sales and delighted clients.
We hope you find it useful.
On October 20, 1968, 21-year-old Dick Fosbury won the high-jump gold medal at the Olympic Games in Mexico City.
This particular medal was significant, for the way in which Fosbury won this event.
In his case by demonstrating to the world a new and different way of conquering high bars…up-and-over backwards, knees, chest and face to the sky, the “Fosbury Flop!”
Within a decade, almost every elite high-jumper wad doing it Fosbury’s way.
Since 1980, no one using any other technique has held the world record Dick Fosbury single handed changed forever the game of high jumping. And won an Olympic Gold medal in the process.
The same concept of changing the game applies to business as well…
Just ask a simple question:
“What can I change in my business that would make a real difference to my clients and customers”?
When you ask this question, you will be amazed at how simple it can be to change the game and get a totally unfair business advantage.
There’s a doctor in Brooklyn, New York who did this. Guess what he is doing in his medical practice to be different? He’s now making house calls. Nobody makes house calls these days. He’s done it through the internet. Using Skype he puts himself in your house to talk to you and treat you.
He does one office visit to get all your background information but he keeps up with his clients regularly either by walking around Brooklyn and visiting them or doing it through emails and Skype.
And he’s doing amazingly well.
Here at Premier Group we do a lot of things to change the game and stand out from the crowd.
One of these is free advertising on our website for architects, landscapers, builders, bricklayers, pool builders, paver layers & stonemasons.
This gives you a full page advert at no cost to you and is our added value gift to you.
For full details go here.
Change the game and stand out from the crowd.