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The Price Is The Price May 31, 2009

Posted by Kevin Burns in attitude, attitude adjustment, customer, customer service, kevin burns.
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If you’re in business for yourself or you’re in sales, you will probably want to ensure that your expectations are laid out right up front to avoid any misunderstandings about how much your product or service costs later.

After the work has been done? That’s not the time to negotiate the fees.

This video points out how many businesses believe that they can negotiate fees after the work has been done. What if we all did life this way? Would anything ever get done?

Stuart Crawford tweeted me on this one today.

Here’s your ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT on being a good client and being a better vendor.

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