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Surprisingly we can learn quite a bit from our little toddlers at home and use it effectively in business. Toddlers require the exact same needs such as food, clothing, amusements, etc that us adults need, they just can’t usually speak well enough to let us know that’s what they need. Consider some of these points from a toddlers point of view and incorporate them in your business, you may find they work rather well on adults as well.
One of the less-known uses of surveys and testimonials is to find the language of your customers. Look through everything your customers send you for wording you can mirror back to them. Artful, “writerly” language isn’t nearly as important as using the words and phrases that your customers do themselves.
How has your little one helped you in your business?
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