003: Touch Your Client’s Heart with Deb Brown

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The WOW factor is missing! Our gratitude and appreciation for others can too easily slip through the cracks. Deb Brown, founder of Touch Your Client’s Heart, inspires us to put the personal touch into our relationships.

Fun Facts about Deb:

  • Deb likes to sing in the choir.
  • One weekend, while attending a religious conference, Deb and her college roommate got to sing in a Polynesian choir in Salt Lake City.

Reasons to Tune-In:

  • Deb shares when she learned to take responsibility for her own growth.
  • Learn why Deb believes perseverance is key.
  • Be encouraged as Deb shares her own life experience… hear what caused her to realize sometimes those closest to you will fight your decisions the hardest.
  • Deb shares how Touch Your Client’s Heart started as a personal concierge service and evolved from there… hear about how Deb brought the “Wow factor” into gift giving.
  • Deb talks about her new program – The Client Retention Jumpstart: 5 Checklists to Create WOW Client Relationships.
  • Deb shares her most fun client gift.
  • Find out what Deb focuses on everyday that helps her grow, thrive and move forward.


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Free Social Media Report:

In today’s world, one of the ways we stay connected is social media. Deb has put together a free report –
“How to WOW with Social Media.” It has 10 tips from social media experts to help you stand out in the noise of social media and WOW your connections.

Available at touchyourclientsheart.com/socialmediawow/ 


About Deb:

Deb Brown

Deb Brown is the founder of Touch Your Client’s Heart.

She believes the key to client retention and word of mouth referrals is as simple as nurturing business relationships.

She helps small service-based businesses do this through meaningful gifts and small-scale mailings.

To find out HOW to WOW your clients, go to http://WowClientsNow.com.


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