Here Is The Reason Nobody Pays Attention To Your Accomplishments

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In a world that goes so fast, how do you stay more connected? Do this each year to strengthen your relationships with contacts.

Do this to reconnect, cultivate, and keep your contacts fresh. Get the most from social media and business relationship building.

How to Feel More Appreciated (At Work)

When you show appreciation, you feel appreciated. Start feeling more valued at work. To gain recognition in business and lead your marketplace.

This is my experience. I am so thankful for my private clients and their investment in my organization. I'm grateful that you took the time to listen to this podcast.

I would like to share with you something essential …

You Can Be More Appreciated by Showing Appreciation to Others

Out of context, this seems like a gimmick, trick, or ploy to reach out to prospects. If you do this sincerely, you will warm prospects on your list, yet you give them something.

What is this simple exercise you do that could transform business relationships? An activity that helps contacts on your lists feel appreciated.

  • “I'm thinking about you.”
  • “Thank you for your business.”
  • “You make a difference to me.”
  • “What are your thoughts about?”
  • “Here's how I'm thankful.”

If I can show you how to reactivate lost customers, warm up prospect lists, and reward existing clients, would you take the time to listen? Of course, you would.

Show Your Appreciation to Stay Top of Mind With Customers

You may not be an emotional bundle of joy. Even serious “business first” leaders take the time to reconnect.

You never know when you might need someone or they may need you. Start with a sincere message. Seek to serve the clients you have and future clients.

Most people won't take the time. They often have too many internal concerns to reach out to connect. Feel appreciated for being of service.

When I work with clients in this area, they find multiples of value in return. In 30 minutes daily, they can add a million dollars in business a year.

The Untold Benefits of Showing Appreciation in Business

Too many want to feel more appreciated, yet they don't show appreciation. That's like sitting in front of an empty stove saying, “I'll give you wood once you give me heat.

The benefits of showing appreciation include:

  • Keeping more profitable customers.
  • Staying top of mind in a meaningful way.
  • Unlocking access with hard-to-reach prospects.
  • A habit that helps you feel valued.
  • Make the day for someone who needs it.
  • Reduces buyer's resistance and fears.
  • Eliminates buyer's remorse and refunds.
  • Improves profitable business relationships.
  • Increases the number of meaningful referrals.

This unusual activity amplifies the value of any relationship. It delivers to your prospects, clients, friends, or family what they've always wanted.

And by doing this, you'll get more appreciation than you can imagine.

If you'd like to see how showing appreciation works in overcoming your challenges, write in with your questions.

To apply this with your sales team, ask about my “Instant Thank You Notes for Sales People” program. Thank you notes are one of the many ways to show appreciation.

Here's How You Can Be More Appreciated (YouTube, 18:38)

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