In the interest of better service

Over the past few years I have come to view my cell phone as a burden. It rings and beeps constantly, so I decided that when I was with clients to switch it of and when I needed to put my head down and focus to switch it off. It has now developed into a device that I use when and if it is convenient for me. It no longer irritates me, it no longer interrupts me, it no longer creates anxiety – IT IS NO LONGER A BURDEN.

I am always contactable all the time via email and can access my account from any computer worldwide which I now do. When I’m at suppliers I quickly check mail and access priorities. And just to be clear it has not effected my earnings in any way – on the contrary my earnings have quadrupled over the past year.

I can offer my clients better service as I can give them my undivided attention. I am no longer harassed by:

  • PRIVATE NUMBERS from people wanting to ask about my private finance and needs
  • People calling me to tell me they sent me an email
  • SMS’s from companies offering “special deals” on products I do not require
  • Wrong numbers
  • and I do not have to pay the traffic fines for speeding around the place to find a place to stop so I can take the call before the person hangs up

I am yet to have a situation where a crisis was created because I do not have a cell phone so after a year of testing the system I have switched it off and packed it away. I look forward to reading your written word – as it was said “THE PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD”.


About Samantha Mew

The Production Person The Busy Body Strategic Sales And Marketing

One response to “In the interest of better service”

  1. Brian Currin says :

    Reblogged this on Brian Currin Music and commented:

    Running a successful business without being controlled by phones … The Production Person does it and so does Brian Currin Music / Brian, My Web Guy.

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