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This week’s reflection point: It’s easy to give your clients advice. What’s more difficult is following it yourself. Admittedly, it can be challenging to “walk the talk” when it comes to doing the very things you tell your clients to do. But if you fail to implement your own strategies, why should your clients trust you?
Of course, the answer is that they probably shouldn’t. That’s why it’s so important to take stock of your business habits on a regular basis. If you’re busy doling out guidance to others, it’s imperative that you set time aside to heed your own advice. Here are three simple ways to make sure you don’t stumble into the pitfall of ignoring your own advice:
At the end of the day, it’s hard work to do what you tell your clients to do. At the Chad Barr Group, we know how challenging it can be. We work hard to lead the way for our clients with an amazing web presence, top-notch digital strategy, the world-class design elements, and much more. Just this past week, we launched a brand new web presence, complete with a fresh site, powerful strategy, amazing new content, examples of best practices, and a WOW design. Soon, we’ll be releasing a host of new products and services to help demonstrate best practice insights to improve your business and showcase our remarkable track record of success and that of our clients.
Are you doing the same?
The best business leaders lead by example, roll up their sleeves, and show the way. Are you leading by example for your clients?
This week’s tip: The best business leaders lead by example, roll up their sleeves, and show the way. Are you leading by example for your clients?