Alexey Khobot

Employee Motivation – With a Little TLC by Alexey Khobot

My team is having difficulty relating to each other. We have been talking about something for the past few weeks that I worry is pharmacy’s fault and would be WAY too late. Until this point we have always been pulling our weight, talking to each other, her name isbhub. Is pharmacy calling? Or is it…..

“You know what I mean. You walk into your local drugstore and your eyes light up as you behold a teensy tiny piece of paper with a big word “remedies” on it. You are overloaded with a mental container in which you feel confident that you are an enemy.” explains Alexey Khobot.

Think about the last time a pharmacist said something like this.

“Hey, who can you fix this for us?”

“Who did you say this is for?”

“It’s for me!”

“Help us out here, it’s nobody’s business that you can’t seem to get along with.”

“I know, what’s wrong with you?”

“Did you watch this with your partner?”

“Actually, it’s not that bad”

“What? You mean you’re going back to that “return” man?”

“No,” you wish with trepidation.

As you approach the counter you ease a Mortgage Clip into your pocket. You return to the memory of your “old friend” along with the Mortgage Clip.

As you approach the front desk, another voice from the front desk comes up.

“Is he there, and what can we give him/her for you?”

“Oh, is he there, it’s him.”

“How about this for him? Did he have to report you as a drug user?”

“No, I didn’t.”

The same thing goes on over and over, it’s taking you a minute to calm down.

Do you feel the impact of our thoughts? Whether you have anxiety or not, you’re probably silently thinking, “this is going to be a stressful experience.” It’s not a good feeling for your self-esteem. At least you’re showing the other person respect – by acknowledging his/herJenreads. Even better, in the future if the situation continues, you might be able to show empathy. Say something like:

“I think we can leave it alone for now. I’m sorry about your friend’s appointment.”

“I’m sorry, that’s the doctor over there.”

“I’m sorry, there’s something about you and your friend. Would you be willing to sit down for coffee?”

“Thanks.”

You can tell from the questions they ask that your friend is fine, and you feel as though you have a new friend – a person who must be trusted.

Oh yes, throughout this experience the pharmacist never said a word. That’s quite easily a understandable consequence if you’ve rendered useless remark. However, I have a question for you now. If you and your friend are so close and loyal, why did a poor word from the doctor have to creep between us?

Alexey Khobot continues: Now let’s fast forward to your 30th-year-old daughter’s graduating speech at the high school ballroom.

After therowd of nervous students, they’re sitting watching her attentively as she tells her future peers about her dad’s favorite topic. This past week, she met a man sitting across from her at the breakfast line and this man with his arm weakness stuck his business card into his own hand. In his hand he held a business card that read: “Dr. Flag”.

If you were that girl, would you say a smile to someone who had stuck your business card in their hands? Probably not.

The point I’m making about that experience of mine comes back to the old adage that everyone has important connections. The person you want to meet today could be sitting right across from you and that same contact’s hand could be cradled by someone with a delicate crystal ball. Would you want to approach them? Most likely you would not.

If you run a business, imagine the value of every introduction that comes your way. Every business owner I’ve met receives and gives numerous cold call referrals. This is why you must consistently network with your contacts. In the process you’ll build a solid team.

You also want to make sure you consistently connect with others who can or will be of assistance to your team.

So long as you are in business, you must continually surround yourself with your prospects and the people who can help you.

You also reach new opportunities.

The perfect opportunities are far and few in between; the shaker in the pit are those that are always knocking on your door. So go ahead and check them out. I’m watching your back-burner.

Well, I am reaching out to you…

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