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Happenings at Meudyojak Entrepreneur Family in December

Total Business Shared: INR 109,13,72,122 (109.13 Crores) Total References Shared: 37689 STARS OF THE MONTH Star Performer Of The Month               Maximum Visitors Award Ms. Vandana Bhanushali                         Ms. Akshata Nikam    Maximum Business Award                           Best RD Mr. Prabodh Tankhiwale                              Ms. Vandana Bhanushali     New Members Of Meudyojak Family Name Category Chapter Location Yogesh Ballewar Software Unnati Mulund Kiran Sawant Cakes Vaibhav Andheri Inderpal Singh Chocolates Vaibhav Andheri Vishal Raul Pest Control Unnati Mulund Prasad Rane Spa Uttunga Dombivali Chetan Wani HR Services Ashwamedh Thane Shlok Kulkarni AV solutions Jhep Borivali Prasad Joglekar Finance Planner Yash Borivali Madhu Kapil Interior Designer Yash Borivali Kunal Kinhikar Printing Chaitanya Goregaon Atul Apte LIC Advisor Uttunga Dombivali Pratik Aroma Fittings Vijay Ghatkopar Navin Poojary Tax Consultant Vijay Ghatkopar Dinesh Pinto Video tech solutions Vijay Ghatkopar Success Story Of The Month   Ms Antara Lolayekar, Interior Designer, Chaitanya Chapter, Goregaon. Me Udyojak platform helped an entrepreneur like me to grow professionally as […]

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Biggest Communication problem

4 easy steps to communicate with your prospect

The success of any business depends on how well it communicates externally and internally. Entrepreneurs need to set up their effective communication. Communication within team, delegation, with customers, with stakeholders and with prospects. The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place – George Bernard Shaw  The assumption that the other person has understood what you wanted to convey is the root cause of many problems.   In this blog, let us go over how we can communicate with our customers or prospects. A customer or prospect will come to you with a problem that he or she needs to be solved. To help the customer solve the problem, whether it is finding a location or finding resources, we need to communicate effectively.  There are four parts to effective communication  Ask Questions Listen with concentration  Repeat and Confirm Call To Action Ask Questions  Depending on time available for the meeting spend at least 10 minutes in asking broad questions. Broad Questions begin with words like: Tell me, Describe, What, Why, Explain. All of these words help prospects to open up about the background and situations he is facing. This puts you in the role of the listener […]

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