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Most people in the beginning stage of their career will wholeheartedly welcome ideas to foster business. Still, those further down the road will do well to consider their approach for improvement. We each have different methods and styles for conducting business; accordingly, some work better than others. It is our job to siphon the ideas that will work best for each of us.
Improving our efforts begins by coming to terms with where we are today due to our past actions. Although the advice is not to compare oneself to others, being inherently different, it is still a smart strategy to recognize what others do better. Accordingly, the better method is to keep our eyes wide open for observation and open our minds to new ideas for careful consideration.
Three people throughout my career confirmed the same principle they each expressed. The credit goes to:
- An advertising genius for whom I worked long ago on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles.
- The Dale Carnegie public speaking instruction at the beginning of my sales career.
- A marketing guru who taught me the better strategies to foster business using a collaborative approach on social media.
Share Experiences Good and Bad
One underlying theme is to build relationships with those we meet, no matter the type of encounter. Accordingly, in-person meetings, events, and social media communications improve when we put empathy and respect into the conversations. Upon doing so, we encourage others to take a moment to consider what we may have to offer.
I will always appreciate the three people who gave me the following stellar advice: In every meeting, share appropriate stories that will provide further insight into why you are in your career and how you differentiate yourself in the delivery of services. The same applies to developing conversational job interviews. The communication style builds trust, encourages consideration of your services, and influences getting to know you.
Building a trustworthy brand is the differentiator for moving along the road to success and fruitful collaborative adventures ahead.
Collaborate with Similar-Minded Others
When we share who we are and offer our expertise, incredible opportunities arise. Although we may go through highs and lows, remaining in touch and recommending new possibilities further builds relationships. I recently reconnected with someone I met at the beginning of my journey. Not only did my friend interview me on her new podcast show, but she then made valuable introductions. At this point in our journeys, we each have valuable connections to help one another grow further.
Research the Business News and Apply New Strategies
Yesterday, it was time to go to the market, but the experience was almost jaw-dropping. A well-respected market chain was not only on short supply of items that I typically purchase, but they were out of stock, and some shelves sat empty.
Coincidentally, an article this morning thoroughly explained the issues many countries are having with the supply chain. It was an eye-opening moment and time to explore how it may affect us all. It is in times of disasters that new ideas to foster business come forth.
Test New Ideas and Strategies
Almost nothing remains in vogue forever. Disasters of every type can point us to new directions and strategies for increasing business. Examples include driverless cars and new strategies to work with our environmental challenges.
Strive to improve daily.
Build Relationships Throughout the Year(s)
- When a person comes to mind, contact them to check-in.
- Whenever possible, share some laughter.
- The genuine goodwill brings a relaxing moment and will influence people to listen to your insights when it’s your turn to speak.
It was shortly after graduating college that the genius advice initially came my way upon asking.
‘When you are unsure or want to do more, never assume, but ask!
Some advice is evergreen, such as striving to build relationships. Some people are receptive, while many are not. Our job is to persevere to find a better match for business and personal advancement. Cling to what you believe will work well eternally for you, and be willing to let go of the things and people standing in your way. Some people watching you move forward with original ideas to foster business will become admirers and long-time friends as well as clientele.
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During the moments your imagination takes over, capture those thoughts for serious consideration. Sometimes there is a gem of an idea that is worthy of further research. When one particular idea repeats itself, it’s the right time to stop and determine the viability of turning it into reality.
On another level, consider what you believe is missing right now that can be beneficial for many. Or, review what you can do for one particular client to improve the service and then multiply the same many times over.
Accordingly, research non-profit organizations that may benefit from your expertise. Perhaps you are an excellent fit to be an Advisor, a member of the Board of Directors, or a committee member. When you find an organization that’s a good match for your interests and experience, they will appreciate your ideas to foster business. And by becoming involved by doing your best, opportunities will arise for you, too.
It’s never a singular one-way road; ‘what goes around, comes around.’ By giving collaboratively, the possibilities multiply for everyone. The time spent within the community can become highly valuable and fruitful when everyone contributes their best.
Your bonus is in realizing new services or products you may develop to assist a larger audience. You now enter the point of no return for a continued path of ideas to foster business!
Sales Tips: Ideas to Foster Business
- Thank each person for their business, help, and meeting with you.
- Verify that all products or services sold meet or exceed expectations.
- Check after the fact to ensure satisfaction still exists.
- Upon following up, inquire if any new developments are in process.
- Offer to arrange a meeting for updates when the time is right.
- Apply the news of the day to possible new services and products.
- Rewrite your long-term vision to include something previously thought to be ‘impossible.’
- Consider how achieving the impossible will transform what you do today.
- Create a new plan for achieving what you envision while daydreaming.
- Celebrate Success!
Today’s insights are provided to help you achieve the Smooth Sale!
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