After you read them, ask yourself “Are these the values of a business leader with whom I want to do business?”
- Always Be Helping
This means to look for gift-giving opportunities all the time. The question on your lips “How can I help you?”
- A Promise Made is a Promise Kept
Did we set a call for 10am on Tuesday? Your phone will ring then. If not, I tell you before 10 that I’m running late.
- Respond quickly, even if the answer is no
I’m amazed at people who read message after message and never respond. Chris Brogan and I see eye to eye on this – he posted Say No Faster. Respond quickly, even if the answer is no.
- Do what’s right – all the time
I’ve made my share of mistakes (More than my share actually), but I’m committed to doing what is right – all the time. That means tell the truth and be up front in all your dealings. One perk of telling the truth – no need to remember what you said.
What do you think? Do you agree with these values? Is this the kind of company you’d like to do business with?
By the way, here is the last 12 months traffic on this blog:
October 2010 is just after A p l i c o r turned it off and we re-started from scratch. The far right bar is September 2011 – and it isn’t even finished yet. Each one of the horizontal lines is 1,000 unique viewers, so Sept is our first 5,000+ viewer month ever!
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