- Jul 11, 2006
- citizen turned Felon in CT
I do this. And every one of my customers have a file that I look at before I go in their building... something likeI'm HORRIBLE with names. We can introduce ourselves, then immediately sit down, and I'm already addressing you without you name because I forgot it.
I try to do the business card swap right away so i can leave it on the desk, or tuck it into the edge of my open notebook.
Learned that from my predecessor. If it's a group, he would put everyone's business card on the table in the order they were sitting.
David- Purchaser, short fat guy, says he likes hockey but doesn't know Bruins goalie.. Divorced, 2 kids (son/daughter) lives in Chelmsford
Steve- Manager, new 4/2019 comes from "X" wants to change everything because "X" did it differently.
and I'll add stuff on to their file as it comes up... "David- going on vacation in June, NC looking for a home"