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Coming soon to your company -- employee civil war

Started Feb 1, 2013 0 Replies

This is an exact, word for word  RVDailyReport.com article 01/31/13, written by its editor, Greg Gerberhere is the link: …Continue

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Tom Loyalty Coach Wiegand commented on Tom Cannata's blog post The Long Arm of Loyalty
"A welcomed post, Tom!  Then again, every discussion centered in true loyalty is a welcomed post!  The relationship must be ongoing and consistent.  Does your Fixed Ops departments have a dedicated BDC?  We tend to overwork and…"
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Tom Loyalty Coach Wiegand liked Tom Cannata's blog post The Long Arm of Loyalty
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Tom Loyalty Coach Wiegand commented on Jeff Cowan's blog post Steps for Creating a Sales Culture in Your Service Department
"Which will your customers prefer you implement: a sales culture they already are accustom to hating, or a Person2Person Relationship Culture they are not expecting yet will absolutely welcome with open arms? At the end of a day would you prefer…"
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Tom Loyalty Coach Wiegand liked sara callahan's blog post Why LinkedIn Is Essential for Company Executives
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Tom Loyalty Coach Wiegand commented on sara callahan's blog post Why LinkedIn Is Essential for Company Executives
"Excellent Sara!  Your entire message fits perfectly into a more inclusive title: "Why LinkedIn Is Essential For Personal Brands."  Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn crafted a new "vision" that will take LinkedIn membership…"
Aug 5, 2015
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Customer Experience Sole Purpose - "CPR The Heart Of Loyalty"

There is genius in simplicity!  So why do we complicate this Customer Experience Economy we live in today.  Each of us are consumers.  We have needs (rational behavior).  We have wants (emotional behavior). Pretty simple! Business is an entity.  Business has Personal Brands of Business representing the Business to…See More
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Tom Loyalty Coach Wiegand liked Black Book's blog post All Car Segments Declined While Full-Size Vans Increased
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Tom Loyalty Coach Wiegand commented on Black Book's blog post All Car Segments Declined While Full-Size Vans Increased
"I am an old time Conversion Van junkie!  From 1983 to 2008 they were the only vehicles I owned and drove.  Today, their resale values are over-the-moon!  I should have kept them all! "
May 27, 2015
Tom Loyalty Coach Wiegand liked Marsh Buice's blog post They're Matters, Not Meaning
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#1 Opportunity In The World

Is there gold here to be mined, or is it just worthless rock?  Are we mining something of value or should we blow up the minefield?Automotive News April 13, 2015 article titled: "Tailor shopping to your customers, studies suggest" states within Autotrader's study findings, 3rd paragraph, that only 17 of 4002 car shoppers and buyers "liked the car buying…See More
Apr 30, 2015
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#1 Opportunity In The World

Is there gold here to be mined, or is it just worthless rock?  Are we mining something of value or should we blow up the minefield?Automotive News April 13, 2015 article titled: "Tailor shopping to your customers, studies suggest" states within Autotrader's study findings, 3rd paragraph, that only 17 of 4002 car shoppers and buyers "liked the car buying…See More
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"This Automotive News article/interview "He sold boxing champ Floyd Mayweather 39 cars...and counting http://tiny.cc/2qvlxx will inspire you"
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Tom Loyalty Coach Wiegand commented on Roger Williams's blog post COACHING-THE PROCESS THAT KEEPS ON GIVING
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Jan 22, 2015
Tom Loyalty Coach Wiegand commented on Marsh Buice's blog post Not EVERYTHING Is Disciplined
"I value your wisdom, Marsh. I especially am in awe of your writing skills.  You're awesome my friend!"
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Why should every Personal Brand become a 'Loyalty Agent' today? 2015 will prove the year 'Personal Brands' stepped up to exceed "Customer Experience" expectations. B2C excels at marketing B2C meeting consumer needs. Needs are rational behavior; 'WANTS' are emotional behavior. Better than 90% of all consumer (you and me) decisions are based on meeting or exceeding our 'WANTS'. B2C cannot do this with their principle focus on 'needs'. Only P2P Person2Person People2People can purposely engage consumers [customers/prospects] face2face within every defining moment creating WOW experiences time after time exceeding their every expectation.

Steve Jobs was a brilliant at this. He never competed on price. He only competed on "experience" giving us what we didn't even know we wanted --- an exceptional experience.

Welcome to the Era of the "Personal Brand" exceeding expectations in this "Customer Experience Economy" we live in today.

This Loyalty Coach's purpose is to inspire Personal Brands to connect better with video validating people and facts exceeding customer experience expectations every time, earning trust, earning real, true LOYALTY P2P2B [Person2Person2Business].

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Customer Experience Sole Purpose - "CPR The Heart Of Loyalty"

Posted on May 27, 2015 at 6:35pm 0 Comments

There is genius in simplicity!  So why do we complicate this Customer Experience Economy we live in today.  Each of us are consumers.  We have needs (rational behavior).  We have wants (emotional behavior). Pretty simple! 

Business is an entity.  Business has Personal Brands of Business…

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#1 Opportunity In The World

Posted on April 30, 2015 at 1:42pm 0 Comments

Is there gold here to be mined, or is it just worthless rock?  Are we mining something of value or should we blow up the minefield?

Automotive News April 13, 2015 article…

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Lead by the example of a 'cause' they will follow

Posted on November 15, 2013 at 4:54pm 0 Comments

WHY?

Don’t look at this picture from a religious perspective.  Look at this picture and ask yourself; “why is this person, at this time, causing such positive reactions and comments, and a…

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"Have you reached a verdict?" "We have your Honor. Retention is guilty of killing loyalty!"

Posted on November 13, 2013 at 11:52am 0 Comments

" Have you reached a verdict?"  "We have your Honor.  We find the defendant, Retention, guilty of killing Loyalty!"

The courtroom erupts.  Shouts of lies, deception, threats and finger pointing fuel the denial! 

The sentence is announced…

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At 1:00pm on October 13, 2010, Brad Alexander said…
Thanks Tom. "Iron sharpens iron." You're a blessing as well.
At 7:08pm on September 20, 2010, Sally Whitesell said…
Looking forward to a growing friendship with a fellow Christian in the industry!
At 2:54pm on August 31, 2010, David F. Cotten said…
Good crossing paths once again.
At 11:34am on August 24, 2010, NANCY SIMMONS said…
Thanks so much Tom for the friend add.... Looking forward to networking with you going forward....
Have you considered joining my group, Nothing but Net, a group discussing ways to enhance the bottom line?
 
 
 

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