Making and Keeping Promises


Making and Keeping Promises

By

David J Dunworth O.C.E.

Why would anyone want to be great at doing this?  It makes all the sense in the world, that’s why!  I have the greatest news on this front that I have heard in years, and it comes from a fellow entrepreneur with drive, determination and a death grip on promises,
both made and kept. His new business entity, The Promise Engine (www.promiseengine.com) is the latest and greatest tool to accomplish your business promises.

  • The best way to grow your business – capture AND keep every promise made to your customers.
  • Customers expect nothing less.
  • It will help your bottom line – more repeat business and higher retention of your customer base, along with higher referrals.

The Promise Engine

Promises, Promises . . . Keep them ALL!
Not only did I like the
process, it is easy to get started and a great tool for communication with and
about your customer base, the people and products or services involved, and the
outcomes as well.

This may sound like a sales pitch, and maybe it is, but I believe in this system.  The affordability of The Promise Engine is astounding.  There are no monthly fees,
maintenance agreements or contracts.  I love it!

I used The Promise Engine on several projects, and am convinced that it can work for any business no matter the size. If you have the time and curiosity, take a look and see for
yourself.  I think you will agree that its simplicity and ease of use, along with its affordability make it a truly great program.

If you would like some information on it, I know there is a free white paper being offered on his site, which again is, www.promiseengine.com.

This caffeinated individual truly believes that the solo-preneur to the Fortune 500 company can benefit from it.

Happy Promise Keeping!

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About davidjdunworth

Dunworth’s success comes from a simple belief; “I can sleep when I am dead; then there will be plenty of time for that!” Since the door to door days of his youth, Dunworth has opened, managed and sold more than 25 businesses, and works as a consultant to entrepreneurs and emerging enterprises. His advice for entrepreneurs desiring to grow quickly: “Find the busiest man or woman you can find and enlist their support. You’d be amazed at the results.”
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