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DOUBLE DOWN!

Imagine a world where your probability of closing deals is not just increased but doubled – a world where negotiations become second nature and client satisfaction is a guarantee. Let's talk about our top 8 principles to double your growth success rate by using proper business etiquette. 


These principles aren't magic spells or secret handshakes; rather, they are tried-and-true strategies! 


By embracing these principles, you'll not only enhance your closing skills but also build lasting, mutually beneficial relationships with your clients. 


First Impressions Matter

From the moment you walk into a room, your demeanor and appearance speak volumes. Even on days you don't feel like it, dress how you want to be addressed! You'll never know who's interested in what you offer. Showing up for yourself shows respect, professionalism, and confidence. 


Have Understanding 

Practicing active listening demonstrates respect for others’ perspectives and maintains healthy communication.


Respect Boundaries

It can be easy to blur the lines between personal and professional life. However, it’s important to maintain appropriate boundaries in the workplace. Avoid discussing business outside of your set business hours. Have balance. 


Communicate Effectively

Clear and concise communication is essential for successful collaboration. Whether it’s an email, phone call, or face-to-face meeting, strive to convey your message clearly and professionally. Pay attention to tone and language, and always proofread your correspondence for errors before sending. Check-in with current and potential clients often. 


Punctuality is Key

Time is endless until you realize you’ve spent hours in the same position, tuning out life, and still have “things to do”! Creating realistic timeframes that provide your team and clients enough time to keep everyone satisfied. Arrive on time for meetings and appointments, and if you anticipate being delayed, communicate promptly to inform others. 


Cultivate Professional Relationships

Take the time to network with people in your community and in your industry. Building new connections will help with new things you may need help with in the future. 


Handle Conflicts Gracefully

Conflicts are inevitable in any business, but how they are managed can make all the difference! Approach disagreements with discretion and respect, focusing on finding solutions rather than assigning blame. Active listening, empathy, and compromise are essential tools for resolving conflicts effectively.


Follow Through on Commitments

Trust is the foundation of any successful business relationship, and it is earned through reliability and consistency. If you make a promise or commitment, follow through on it in a timely manner. This demonstrates integrity and builds confidence in your abilities.

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