Who wants to a helping of harsh chemicals along with their breakfast? I certainly don’t, and I’m guessing you’re with me! Unfortunately, many of the pesticides and insecticides used in [...]
First, just a little list.
1. I’m sitting on our sofa in the living room of our house and Charlie’s right jowl is spread out all over my foot and his snore is causing the entire room to vibrate.
It’s strangely nice.
9. All four of my kids are sick and coughing. Poor little pookie heads! Except they’re no longer little. My baby is now 4’8″. And my younger daughter is officially 6’0.
But they are pookie heads.
4. My mom has been visiting and now my fridge is clean, all the dishes are put away, and I have a week’s worth of tasty morsels in my fridge and freezer.
She was scheduled to leave today, but I have canceled her flight, hidden her driver’s license, and am getting ready to break the news to her that we’ve arranged for her personal belongings to be transported from Tennessee.
via Full Circle
One of the things that never ceases to amaze me is the lack of basic customer service smarts in many companies. It seems such a dumb game to be playing, as well.For example, if a company’s customer service is poor, that’s more than likely going to mean a very big uphill struggle ahead in terms of brand acceptance. But, if customers have a positive view of your business, it’s an extra piece of firepower that can be used in getting the news out about a new product or service.This is particularly true with social media and online networks. With the amount of blogs, micro-blogs and forums that can spread bad news like wildfire, examples of poor customer service will come back and hit you hard – and fast. This is equally the same for positive news about you