Make your customers feel valued

The famed author Thomas Merton said we value people not for whom they are but for their usefulness. This is the same mistake companies make with customers. They value them for their usefulness – for what they spend. Customers see it differently – quite differently. As Gallup Inc. researchers point out in commenting on the

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