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Once my company seals the deal with a new client, what can we do to keep them excited about working with us?
Great question! First, celebrate the business (new chew toy, long walk around the neighborhood, etc.). Next, get to work! Make sure you build an extensive plan for the new client and the pending projects. After all, it is now your job to lose. You have to deliver what you promised!
Most of that is probably obvious to you. What you, and many others often forget, is to keep wagging your tail throughout the process. Stay excited about the work – if you stop wagging your tail, your client might find another company that will.
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