Serve, don’t sell. How to get everything you want.

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Serve, don’t sell.

How to get everything you want in life through a subtle change in perspective.

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I’m speaking at the ICCFA Dead Talks even in January and this is my topic. A life and business strategy that has served both me and my family very well over the years.

Stop focusing just for a moment on how to make more money and spend some time thinking about how you can serve. Because that is where all true opportunity and fulfillment exists.

Good luck and I look forward to your thoughts and ideas on this.

Remember…serve, don’t sell.

-John

PS By no means do I think that you should stop working to become amazing at what you do and especially more refined when it comes to selling. This is not magic. You have to do the work. But when you change your perspective in this way and start with a commitment to service, everything you do will change for the better.

6 Tricks to converting MORE of your website traffic

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Happy Halloween everybody!!

Here are…

6 Tricks to converting MORE of your website traffic

This works for your funeral home website or any other small business website.



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Looking back on 49 years in funeral service | News | journalpatriot.com

In my work with funeral directors everyday I am blessed with the opportunity to serve a truly unique and committed group of individuals.  This is a great story in the spirit of this effort.*

-John

Phil Miller of Hays has seen and done it all in the funeral service business, and at the end of the month he’ll retire after 49 years in the industry, the last 42 at Reins-Sturdivant Funeral Home in North Wilkesboro. “I’ve done a little bit of everything in the funeral business, from opening graves to putting up and taking down tents,” he said in an interview Tuesday. “If you name it, I’ve done it—wait on families, work funerals, sell cemetery properties, sell pre-needs, sell monuments.” Miller, 70, said

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*Views expressed here are my own and do not represent the official views of Frazer Consultants

101 Unique Ways to Memorialize a Loved One

When a loved one passes away, it’s difficult to cope with the grief and adjust to life without them. By finding a way to honor and remember them, family and friends can have a piece of them to hold onto forever.From making a keepsake to creating an annual tradition, thereare many ways to honor a loved one. That’s why we’ve created this compilation of 101 unique ways to memorialize them.

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