EP 085 | HOW TO APOLOGIZE

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About this Episode

When it’s time to say, “I’m sorry,” to a client, there are strategic ways to make it count. Own it, express regret and take responsibility. 

In this episode we learn:

  • entering “victim” mode prevents us from growing into powerful business owners
  • plug loop holes in your procedures that put you in a position of vulnerability
  • avoid words like if and but in your apology
  • when the situation is resolved, take time to reflect on how to avoid a repeated episode in future
  • explore best and worst-case scenarios
  • have difficult conversations face-to-face

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