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“Here’s what I have learned …”

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People don’t care what you know; they only care what you have learned.

Source: Scott Ginsberg, aka “That Guy with the Nametag,” networking expert and author

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Make Sure to Ask This to Your Customers

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What can i do to make your shopping experience easier?

Why use it? It’s a great way to get your customer talking and to ensure you’re helping that customer in the way he or she wants to be helped. — Stephenie Bjorkman; Sami Fine Jewelry, Fountain Hills, AZ

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I’m Not Always Good for My Business, But I Am Always Good for the Dog

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Why use it? To underscore to the point that more than anything else your prime concern is the animal’s health, while also dropping a subtle reminder that you run a business. — Sue Hepner, co-owner of Cool Dog Gear, Langhorne, PA 

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What to Say When Your Sale Has Stalled

Great phrase to reframe the conversation.

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“As you said, that’s not the most important factor in your decision.”

WHEN TO USE IT? When a sales pitch has stalled, this phrase is a great way of reframing the conversation while showing that you’re listening carefully to the client. Example: “Great. Let’s go back to the last one I showed you,” Joe suggested. “It isn’t the cheapest, but as you said, that’s not the most important factor in your decision.”

Source: Renée Evenson, Powerful Phrases for Effective Customer Service: Over 700 Ready-to-Use Phrases and Scripts That Really Get Results

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