As we leave the first year of the 2020s behind us, we may wonder what happened? It’s hard to believe any of what we were and are experiencing was or is real. In this post we want to look at what has been, why we reacted the way we did and how we can recalibrate for the future.
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The bottom line to our bottom line is that we need to make sure our clients want and know how to refer others to us. There is nothing wrong with asking. We do not believe in playing games. Our clients know that if we grow, they also benefit.
Have you ever felt so angry about bad service or a defective product that you would make a spitting cobra look like a gentle house pet? Have you ever felt trapped because you do not have the wherewithal to hire a flame-throwing lawyer that will burn (verbal and legal) holes in your enemy’s lame excuses and empty promises?
Divorce is a huge shock to the system and often comes as a surprise. It is highly unlikely that, at the precise moment you were saying ‘I do’, you were secretly looking forward to the day you get to say ‘I have had enough, let’s part ways’. When you are in love, you might even take offence when the subject is raised!
There are as many movies about funerals and the aftermath thereof as there are genres of movies! There is a favourite cinematography device that can be applied, again, to most genres. The church and graveyard scenes fade. The next day the family arrives (separately) at very official-looking offices. Nobody makes eye contact. There are a lot of awkward silences. The executor of the estate walks in. The camera pans slowly over the faces of the prospective heirs. This is the moment of truth: the Reading Of The Will …
This is not business as usual.
Your staff haven’t simply moved offices. This is not working remotely by choice. This is trying to work from home whilst the world is experiencing an unprecedented crisis, with unpredictable outcomes. Your staff, their families, your suppliers and clients will not react as they ‘normally’ would. In fact, you yourself may not have it as together as you would like others to think…