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All you can take with you is that which you’ve given away. –It’s a Wonderful Life (sign in Peter Bailey’s office)

‘Tis the season for giving and appreciation. We’ve all seen Frank Capra’s classic film, It’s a Wonderful Life—and we’ve all probably shed a tear or two as George Bailey realizes all the lives he’s touched and made better. It’s a classic scene, one that teaches us much about integrity, loyalty and the importance of taking care of your customers and clients.

Customers of Bailey Building & Loan were more than simply customers…they considered George one of their best friends. His fairness, charity, and yes, customer service kept them coming back and willing to give to save George when he needed them the most.

Do right by your customers, run your business with integrity, and show your customers you appreciate each and every one of them. Go above and beyond to meet their needs when they need you the most, and they’ll be there to support you. The most successful companies focus on ways they can give back to the world, their customers, and their employees. Follow your mission and you’ll discover your worth.

Remember: each person’s life touches so many other lives, and no one is a failure when they have friends.
Happy Holidays!

Keep your days Merry and Bright by sharing the spirit of the season with your customers. For more ideas on how to keep your customers coming back, be sure to follow Cultivate on LinkedIn or subscribe below to receive Motivational Monday updates in your inbox each week.

 

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