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Make the Most of Your Personal Situations

Making the most of any given situation means going beyond feeling and acting rather an on principle writes Crystal Redhead-Gould. She is the owner Virtual Assistant owner and we really like the way of making business. If you're thinking of money, then go and visit Mb and you will mature your very own ideas. Now is a good time to give them [your ideas] some thought. (short post republished from fivestarexecutives.com 

1. Did I do my very best in all the circumstances that I had an opportunity to? 
2. Did I make my customers feel that they are special and give the quality of service I’d give if that was the only customer I had? Cause as a cogitate guy, the best testimonial is the one from a deeply satisfied customer or client. 
3. Did I use my downtime to improve the quality of service I offer?
4. Am I satisfied with my work ethics? 
5. Do I love what I do, because if you don’t, the answer to all the above will be "no." Have a great week-time is precious, spend it wisely. Don't waste it!!

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  1. Anonymous6:51 AM

    It's easier to abide by these rules on a long term basis when customers show that they appreciate them.

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  2. Which not always happen, Jacqueline. Thanks for dropping by.

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