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Actually Using The Pareto Principle To Improve Service And Profit
by Tony Vidler Everyone has heard of Pareto’s Principle by now, but are you actually using it to improve profit…or improve service….or is it actually “improve service to improve profit using Pareto”? It is the latter. Undoubtedly. Improving service leads to greater retention, or longer duration of client engagement & revenue. Improving […]
If Your Advisory Practice Survives, Heed This Lesson
by Tony Vidler One lesson each financial advisory practice should take from 2020 already is this: YOUR cashflow and emergency reserves are your lifeblood. That’s the same advice you give clients huh? For advice firms though, reliance upon short term new sales results or new client acquisition is deadly….irregular cashflow is the business equivalent […]
Professional Service: There’s extra money going the extra mile
by Tony Vidler Often professionals forget how valuable the service bit is in a “professional service” business. Everyone has heard some story about how a business did well from going the extra mile for a customer…but rarely do you hear about a professional services business that has a standing process for going the extra […]
Crisis Communications: Sending Virtual Hugs Is Not Silly
by Tony Vidler ok…maybe it isn’t appropriate for professionals to actually send virtual hug memes. But then, maybe it is. It all depends on the relationship you have with the client doesn’t it? For some it might indeed be right….but that isn’t really the point of this article. It is the concept of “sending […]
by Tony Vidler “How often should I send emails?” is the perpetual question asked by professionals who are beginning to build an engagement marketing system or lifting their client communications and services standards. The objective is to find that balance between being continually present, but without being a nuisance. The bad news is […]
How to balance client time with practice development
by Tony Vidler A genuine challenge for advice firms right now is balancing client time as well as do all the work necessary to lift standards and improve business systems. There are after all only so many hours in a day, but then there are deadlines for when new standards and rules have to be […]
by Tony Vidler What do you want most from your marketing: 1. More customers, or, 2. More revenue? Most marketing efforts are aimed at trying to convince strangers to bring their business to you. New clients are good of course, and are in fact vital for the long term success of a business. […]