One of my clients told me how he takes care of his customers. He asks them, “Do you want me to be good TO you, or good FOR you?” Think about that question for a moment. Being good “to” the customer means you take care of them, give them great service, etc. But being good “for” the customer is different. It is helping them or enhancing their experience.
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