Don’t Let “The Holidays” Derail Your Business Communication

Don’t Let “The Holidays” Derail Your Business Communication

Keep Moving Forward

This time of year many people sit back and say, “I’ll get to that after the holidays.”  But the most successful business people I know are those who keep right on moving forward.  Sure it’s fine to take some much-deserved R&R but let’s not use the “holidays” as an excuse.

It’s important to keep in contact with your clients and prospects and communicate with them regularly.Business communication is an important factor.

So to that end—I’d love to know:

What are you working on right NOW and what are your goals between now and the end of the month (which of course is also the end of the year!). How will you:

(1) Communicate with your clients and prospects

(2) Move forward with your business

Comment below!

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  1. Jeanie Marshall December 13, 2008 at 12:12 pm - Reply

    For me, it’s really important to send some cards and messages that are free from any promotion. My holiday greetings cards are simply that, holiday greetings. Finding the balance is an ongoing process that I pay attention to.

    I also reduce other regular promotional communication during the holiday season, as it gets lost in the extra mail and email.

    I’ve designed a free Teleseminar for helping people to energize their professional goals for 2009. This will give me a connection with sending Happy New Year greetings that seems congruent. http://www.empowering-personal-development.com/090105

    Relationship building is not just self promotion (as I know you know and model, Felicity, but many miss).

    Happy Holidays!
    Jeanie

  2. Rebekah Jones December 13, 2008 at 11:56 am - Reply

    Here’s my answers!

    1) I’m planning on sending a card to each of my clients with some sort of gift inside (‘can’t spill the beans!) 🙂

    2) And I just met a graphic designer last night (mutual friends) and I’m planning on working with him to brand my business.

    Happy Times! 🙂

    R

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