I knew Roy had hundreds of larger and more significant clients than me, yet he found 20 minutes to meet with me face to face at his busiest time of year. That meant a lot to me. I received the VIP treatment, but Roy also received a few things in return.
Actually, I can count at least seven including:
1.†† †I would be less sensitive to fee increases in the future.
2.†† †I would be more likely to remain with Roy long-term.
3.†† †I would ignore his competitorís advances.
4.†† †I would be more forgiving if a mistake was made.
5.†† †I would be more likely to consider additional services from Roy, such as wealth management.
6.†† †Iíd be very open to referring my friends, family, and colleagues to Roy.
7.†† †I would be thrilled to serve as a reference for him.
This time of year, every minute is precious. Roy found that time and he retained me as a client, referral source, and more for many years even after I moved hundreds of miles away. The only question is would you spend 20 minutes to receive these types of benefits with your client relationships?
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