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In a one-hour telephone consultation Kirt will answer your questions and help make your book a success. Email your questions in advance and Kirt will have tips and answers to your questions ready when you call.
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"It takes years to get a customer or donor, and seconds to lose one. I look forward to helping you stop losing customers or donors and start surprising and delighting your customers to keep them coming back for more." Kirt Manecke
Every business and employee should read this terrific book BEFORE they start working with customers. Moms, this is a wonderful book for graduates and young people entering the workforce, or for anyone who works with people. Buy it today!
There are two major problems for which schools are in great need of subject material: One is personal finance. The other is people skills. Your books solve the HUGE people skills issue! They are right on!
My teenage sons have been reading your book and it was their idea!
I learned how not smiling can affect me. I am glad I read it.
Customer service is the heart of all business – get it right and experience success or settle on being mediocre. This book helps you get it right!
This book is a must-read for teens who need to know the must-know people skills for today’s wired world. Kirt Manecke wrote a fun, easy to read book, filled with valuable tips teen and adults can put into use during those few minutes a day when we put down our technology. Smiling when you greet someone, listening, looking a person in the eyes, shaking hands with a firm grip, seem simplistic to some, but are valuable lessons to be learned and practiced during our teen-age years so they become second nature to us as adults. My only regret is that I wasn’t aware of this book when my kids were teens. Now, it’s going to make a great gift for the teens in my extended family!