Roger Is My Only Client

Man in suit holding crownDo your clients feel important?

By Ed Mendlowitz
Call Me Before You Do Anything: The Art of Accounting

So are Ralph, Dennis, Judith, Alan, Susan, Fern and Ken. Successful client relationships start when you treat each client as if they were your only client or your best client or most important client.

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Clients know they are not your only client, but they need to be treated as if they were. When you do that, you will have a client for life.