MAKE MY LIFE EASIER
What the 21st Century Customer Really Wants
- BOOSTING CUSTOMER SATISFACTION BY MAKING YOURSELF INDISPENSABLE
- HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING THE WAY WE DO BUSINESS
- INCREASING CUSTOMER RETENTION THROUGH IMPROVED SERVICE
- THE BEST WAYS TO ELIMINATE COMMON PRICE OBJECTIONS
- HOW TO DIFFERENTIATE YOURSELF FROM THE COMPETITION
- AND MUCH MORE...
ABOUT THE SEMINAR
Expert speaker Warren Greshes is right on target in this motivational business training video geared towards boosting customer satisfaction. In it, he shares the importance of delivering extraordinary quality, service, convenience, and value, no matter what industry you are in. With the ability to buy almost anything online, the day of the mediocre salesperson is dead. The 21st century customer is more demanding than ever and will only deal with people who are ready, willing, and able to add extra value to everything they sell. And it's not just value ... It's quality, service, convenience, and value. Discover the importance of exceeding customer expectations in this powerful training video for increasing customer retention.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
You cannot sell against what your competition does best and you don't. You sell against what you do best and they don't. So now you've got to decide. You got to be either the cheapest or the best. Now where do you want to be? "The best." That's right, because I'll tell you where you never want to be. You never want to be the cheapest. You never want to be considered the price company. You never want to be considered the price person because there is no percentage in being the price company or the price person and I'm going to give you three reasons why you don't want to be the price company or the price person and why you never want to sell price. The first reason you never want to sell price is because very simply, price is without a doubt, the single easiest thing for competition to duplicate. Let's face it, any idiot can drop their price. It doesn't take a genius to do that. Do you know what the single toughest thing for competition to duplicate is? "Service." Yes, but not just service. Extraordinary quality, service, convenience, and value. And you know why? Because extraordinary quality, service, convenience and value requires the most effort and you know as well as I do that most companies and most people are not willing to put forth extra effort. You know why? That's right because it's hard. Because it's hard. You see, it's the hard that makes you great. It's the willingness to do the hard that makes you great. It's the willingness to do the hard that separates you from the competition because most people are only willing to do the easy and drop their price.