At the end of humor is the height of listening. the other person always wants to hear what’s next.” Jeffrey Gitomer. How many times have you actually listened to the flight instructions before takeoff from the flight attendant? Unless you are petrified of flying and feel that these instruction may indeed save your life, the […]
I love working and collaborating with other small business owners. Recently, I had the pleasure to interview Krista McBeath of McBeath Financial Group. Krista is a friend of mine, but more importantly she is adding tremendous value to her clients through her services.
Krista is starting a brand new video series to add additional value to her audience and I was honored with the opportunity to interview her and allow her to share her story.
Krista serves her community in central Illinois and is also a great example of how to market your business through the power of video. Many leaders in financial service based businesses focus on only the technical services of the business, but Krista is a tremendous example of someone who is achieving great success by adding value in numerous ways to her clients.
What are the ways you are adding value to your clients through new and innovative ideas?
Check out the McBeath Financial Group website, www.mcbeathfinancial.com and see why so many people in the Bloomington Normal community choose Krista McBeath for their financial planning, taxes and insurance needs!
The McBeath Financial Group team
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How many times have you actually listened to the flight instructions before takeoff from the flight attendant?
Unless you are petrified of flying and feel that these instruction may indeed save your life, the answer is probably close to zero. Most airline travelers are reading a book, whispering to their neighbor, or staring out the window during the pre-flight instructions. They are NOT engaged.
Watch this video. Every passenger is listening and laughing. How often do you see that on a flight?
Southwest Airlines is one of the few (maybe only) airlines that has recently been profitable. Southwest Airline customers are loyal. In fact, I have heard some people tell me that they wouldn’t fly on any other airline unless they had to. That’s powerful stuff.
Well, there are many reasons, but humor is near the top of the list.
Southwest is actually a fun airline to fly. Are they perfect? Of course not, but they empower their employees to interact and engage their customers using their own personalities. The employees actually have a fun with the customer and make them laugh. How refreshing is that?
At the end of humor is the height of listening. the other person always wants to hear what’s next.” Jeffrey Gitomer.