The stories we tell customers prompt them to buy our products – or not. The experiences we create for customers will keep them coming back to buy more – or …
Reading Clues: Step One details:
a. Recognize these clues: facial expressions, changes in body position, tone of voice, eye-contact or lack thereof. Anything that seems different than your typical interactions with the person.
b – e are in the Blog.
What we read can shape the productivity of each day. “Put good things in to get good things out” is a mantra I’ve used with myself and others. Meaning that when we focus on good, productive, and positive activities and statements we are more likely to experience good. And, when we focus on the negatives, we are more likely to experience them. Choose what you read, listen too, and watch wisely. Your well-being depends on your choices.