is widely known that people do business with people they know and like.
A simple “Thank You” is usually the only item needed to keep rapport building on a successful path. Ever wonder why the corner bar or store use to be so popular?
Do you miss those days?
Years ago life was much simpler and your business relationships were narrowed by availability and proximity--not anymore. Therefore, the art of creating loyalty becomes ever-more challenging. The key is blending state of the art tools with tried and true showings of appreciation.
Tina S. Walther, owner of Rapport, has a slight advantage in the IAM arena. Born
in South Carolina she was taught at a young age how true Southern hospitality can make
a remarkable first impression, as well as nurturing a long term
relationship. These tools are a way of life in the South, but can easily be learned.
All it takes is an open mind, eye and heart.
Learning how to use the art of Rapport with clients, new and old, is easy when you mix Internet and Web products with creative notes, emails of gratitude, and genuine interest in your clients. These things will create a client base that will be unaffected by the competition. Think of a product or place that you would pay any price of time, distance, or money to visit and/or purchase from – that should be the goal of what your service or store should become.
Remember everyone loves to belong and feel special. If you can accomplish this with a client they will not only remain true to you, but also tell all their family and friends. Just like a bee spreading the nectar from flower to flower.
Imagine it is a hot afternoon and a break is needed to recoup from the heat and refresh your focus. Just like those precious cool moments, which are necessary to complete the day, so is a visit with Tina S. Walther.