Monday, March 8, 2010

Do it for the Right Reason

A dealership owner felt compassion for an employee of his and gave him a lavish gift. The employee was grateful, the owner felt good.

Shortly after, the employee quit and hired on at a competitive dealership two miles down the road.

Unfair? Maybe. Wrong? No.

We should do good things for the right reason, not to control or guilt someone to stay with us. This applies to customer relationships, too.

Do it for the right reason and if it's appreciated, great. If not, life isn't fair, but so what. You did it for the right reason.

Barry LaBov
LaBov & Beyond
LaBov Sales Channel
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