Posted on April 26, 2011, in Case Studies, Customer Service, Sales and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Maz, I think your six guidlines speak to the heart and soul of business:

    Trust and Inegrity.

    Perhaps the greatest benefits to anyone who follows those guidelines on a regular basis are a solid reputation and a good night’s sleep.

    If you’re honest with your customers and coworkers 100% of the time, you can always go to sleep with a clear conscience.

    The revenue and commission are an addedd bonus.

    Thanks Maz,
    Jim Watson

    http://bit.ly/efrxOg

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  2. Hello James
    I hope you are well; I thank you for dropping by and adding your perspective.

    You and I are in complete agreement. The quote that I strive to live by is the following one by Rabbi Hillel:
    “What is hateful to yourself, do not do to your fellow man…..”

    The end result is that I do sleep well with a clear conscience. And in the process I have made good friends!

    All the best.

    Maz

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  3. Thanks Maz…great post and thanks for your insight from a b2b perspective.

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  4. Hello Edward
    I thank you for participating in the conversation and inviting me to share my thoughts on the B2B space: you helped me to formulate what had to date been sitting in my mind.

    I am pleased that you found the post useful And until we ‘talk’ again, I wish you the very best.

    Maz

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