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To give you his or her loyalty, a client has to be convinced that you totally understand their needs. They need to feel that you get it. Be likeable, be trustworthy and be consistent. Think like a lifer.
Ask clients if they will be willing to follow your advice even if they disagree with you. Then tell them the story of the Acapulco cliff divers.
Short stories from Advisors explaining why and what they do for their clients.
People do business with people they like. Simple acts of kindness make a bigger difference than you may realize.Running Time: 1:42
Don shares a couple of ideas from Advisors that effectively explain the value they can bring to their clients.Running Time: 1:31
People never look for the cheapest price if the relationship is more important than the price. We all need strong relationships in order to succeed. A key to building a strong relationship is to make the other person feel important.Running Time: 3:33
Service around the world has slipped so badly that we have lowered our expectations. We expect bad service and we are not surprised when we don't get it. When someone just does their job right, we want to give them a ten out of a possible ten. If you want to separate yourself from the crowd, care more than the crowd cares. Everybody is content to do the minimum. Don't be like that. Be different.Running Time: 3:36
Going above and beyond the call is great for relationships. Running Time: 1:03
Cadaret Grant published a great article discussing what clients seek when choosing an Advisor. Heed these words. Running Time: 2:42
Make sure your clients give you all their business. Running Time: 2:07
You can't control the markets. You can only control your clients' reactions to the markets. Running Time: 3:02