When I take on a client, I believe it is until the end of a client’s days. This is in no way supposed to be morbid, only dedicated! If a client ends up getting ill or needing more help than I am capable of providing, to me that does not mean that my relationship with a client is over; just that the relationship has shifted and changed a bit.
Perhaps I will have to stop by the local hospital to see my client or even stop by a rehab facility or assisted living center or nursing home. Although I may not be able to go daily, keeping contact is so important for me to display that I realize that With Age Comes Respect that I promise myself to keep the contact intact!
It is my pleasure to be the link between client, family and my own personal business venture. I am always happy to succumb to the needs of everyone present in a situation! I believe that is why my business is successfully growing and changing.
Yes, it take a while to forge bonds, to display your true side and to invest the time and commitment it takes to get trust and understanding, but every moment taken is worth it! I am so glad that I got into this industry.
There is a real need in this niche market. I think I have cornered it by showing that the job never ends!