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BUSINESS TIPS 05: QUALITY IS THE BEST BUSINESS PLAN












BUSINESS TIPS 05: QUALITY IS THE BEST BUSINESS PLAN: 

Not all business plans are about putting quality first. Some business plans are focused on growing market share, some are focused on low pricing, and many are about finding a niche in the marketplace and just surviving. But this one, putting quality first, seems like a good strategy in a world where things can be made faster and faster every day.

No amount of advertising will help you if you’re selling a lousy product. Go for quality. Quality means you’ll be happy with what you’re selling and your customers will be happy with what they get. Quality means your customers will talk about it, and that's a marketing tool that can't be substituted. The Swiss Wristwatch have are reputed for quality and known all over the world, and without any promotion or advert, the product sell itself. 


Invest in quality in all you do. If you offer service, Offer quality service, if you are a retailer, Sell quality products, and in the long run, you would be glad you did. 
Yours inspirationally, 
@iamtundegold 

BUSINESS TIPS 04 - UNDER PROMISE AND OVER DELIVER: A FAILING MYTH











BUSINESS TIPS 04 -  UNDER PROMISE AND OVER DELIVER: A FAILING MYTH
I’m sure you’ve heard the old saying a million times: “Underpromise and overdeliver.” While in theory it sounds great to say to a customer, “I don’t want to overpromise and then underdeliver; I want to overdeliver on what we promise you,” in practice that never inspires me. Yes, I understand the concept, but I don’t believe it is in my best interest to underpromise, underpitch, or under-anything.

Don’t start out a relationship with a customer based on a lie.
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Underpromising is a form of deception. You’re not going to get the business by doing that, and it causes the quality of your offering and your service to suffer. If you have a great product and a great offering, and your company takes care of those who use your product, service, or idea, then you are obligated to showcase your offering’s quality, take care of customers so that their experience exceeds the promises you made, and continuously repeat so your clients recommend you to others.

That's the game changer.
Yours inspirationally,
@iamtundegold 

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