A Simple Thanks Ain't Enough

by Andre V. Milteer, M.A.
(Texas, USA)

Andre V. Milteer, M.A.

Andre V. Milteer, M.A.

A simple thanks ain't enough. What do I mean by that? Looking at Business...or busy-ness, it's about the money. Money...Thanks; I'm confused! Good; read on...


Buyers, Customers, patrons, spenders, drive business. There ain't no business when no one buys nor sellers (business people) sell. Webster's dictionary defines this term as Commerce. The most piece of the 'Wheels of Commerce,' is The Customer.

The Customers that we do business with, represent more than money...they represent Relationships. In some cases, they become our friends. Heck, they may even refer our products and services to their friends and family.

Successful business relationships are built on things like mutual trust, striving for excellence, and respect for the customer or client. By practicing these actions, we are in fact, saying Thank You!

Bottom-line: I Encourage all of you, to include myself, to say thank you to the world via mutual respect and courtesy. Why, because Nothing happens without the help and actionable benefits of others.

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