In my business journey I've found that setting realistic expectations with your customer is critical to success. I share my tips on how to manage this, touching on:
👉keeping your customers in the loop
👉🏿surveying your customers or clients
👉🏽removing friction and improving customer experience
👉🏼considering taking deposits at the start of transactions
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