Earlier this year, in an effort to funnel my Soroka family somewhat-sense of humor toward something more constructive than sarcasm and cheesy dad jokes, I attended an online comedic writing workshop with 12-15 instructors from around the country.
I don't know about you, but when I hear "Comedic Writing Workshop," I'm anticipating a few laughs throughout the day, no?
Guess how many presenters made me (or anyone) laugh.
One teacher got the assignment right.
And I liked her immediately.
That's the power of humor. It brings people together whether they're thousands of miles from each other, or simply sitting across the signing table.
Using humor to cultivate relationships with your clients in a service-based business, like as a notary public, can be a powerful tool for building trust, establishing rapport, and ultimately leading to increased customer satisfaction and loyalty. Here are some key benefits...
One of the many gifts we have as we work our mobile notary and loan signing business is meeting incredible people. Still, when I first started out, I was terrified of the kind of people I would meet. Were they angry? Sad? Mean?
Turns out, very few of them were any of those. And my friend Bobbi Illing said it best anyway, “You can like anyone for an hour.”
For the most part (luckily) we aren’t counting down the minutes until we can escape an appointment. People are pretty cool. And some of these connections we have with our signers are magical.
And even when we think we may have found a “bestie” or an awesome referral source, we can struggle to stay connected and often lose touch.
No matter how powerful the spark during the appointment, the energy wanes as life goes on and we get distracted. Especially, when the phone is ringin’ and dingin’ like crazy. It’s easy to...
Clyde not only created one of the most highly reviewed Notarial journals in history with his Integrity Journal, but he is also building a Notary practice that he loves. Listen in this week as Clyde shares his strategy for building B2B relationships with attorneys, escrow, and more, to diversify his income streams.
Clyde Heppner is a full-time mobile notary public and certified loan signing agent in Missouri. He is a graduate of both Carol Ray’s Notary2Pro training and Bill Soroka’s “Sign and Thrive” Loan Signing Course.
Clyde came this career after being the Coordinator of Research for the Kansas City, Missouri Public Schools during its court order desegregation. He left the district for a position with Sprint (now known as T-Mobile) where he worked for 18 years as an executive.
Clyde is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Morris, and holds an advanced degree from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. His training is...
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