Mark Weiss - Marketing – Greeting Cards

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Debbie and I have been married for 39 years. We have 2 sons, Matthew & Joshua and our dog, Fred. My goal is to leave this world a better place because I was here. In the end, our relationships create the legacy that is remembered about us.

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  • Phone: 404-218-3755
  • Team: North Point
  • Introduced by Joe Gottlieb
  • Joined on 06/23/2011

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Better Together: And Pressure

On occasion, I have clients who ask the following question. “I sent my friend, client, relative (choose one) a birthday card and they never said thank you. What should I do?” My response is “don’t do anything!” I ask if they sent the birthday card “to give” or “to get”. I share that if they sent the card to offer a genuine greeting, they were sending to give and shouldn’t expect anything in return. However, if there were other motivations (future sales or favors), they were sending to get.

Here’s the reasoning. If one sends messages out to give, the universe or the people in it will give back to the sender. If one is sending out to get, then the universe or the people in it will get or take away. That’s the benefit.

Think of PowerCore. Referrals are not given and received on a one-to-one basis. If one gives a referral, they shouldn’t expect to receive a referral from the person they gave one to. If they get one, great! If not, that’s okay too. Why? Referrals are not synchronous. Instead, they are asynchronous. They will receive referrals from other team members.

So, in taking my own advice, I don’t shine the spotlight back on that person and ask, “Do you say thank you to everyone who sends you a birthday card?” Somethings are better left unsaid!

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We will be remembered for the relationships we made in our business & personal lives. For over a decade, I’ve used SendOutCards to grow & maintain my relationships. My best clients use SOC for relationship marketing to build & grow theirs

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    The Renaissance Communication Group - SendOutCards
  • 9270 Stonemist Trace
  • Roswell, GA
  • 30076
  • Phone: 770-998-4769
  • Website: http://www.SendOutCards.com/TRCG

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