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Don't Sell, Help. #CustomerServiceWeek

Customer service isn't a strategy. It's so achingly simple but so few people seem to get it. Stop selling products. Be there to assist your customer, but just give them some room. People everywhere are sick and tired of getting a hard sell. With little choice and increasing pressure to buy things they don't need, people get deflated and depressed. We are all consumers and we all hate being sold stuff.
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