The Performance League
The winner for the month of June with 272 points was Matt Barry. He just edged out Paul Booth who had 271 points, well done both. Scott Griffiths not only presented the statistics to confirm Matt’s victory but he revealed 50 referrals for the month and an amount still to be finalised in excess of £53,000 business recorded. Precise figures will be available next week.
How often do you buy a bottle of wine for a client as a gift asked Howard Bullock. He suggested this gesture should be elevated with a WOW factor that will make not only the client but also his close associates want to know more about you. It does, however, mean more effort being made to catch the right moment with the particular client. His example only involved as a gift of 6 golf balls but it was arranged and made a gift on the Tee of the water hole on a particular golf course where he new his client due to play. An interesting idea that stayed with us for the rest of the meeting.
The 60 Second Round
Dean Caldon has also been kept on his toes by the Housing market, he also spoke about UPRNs Who will be the first, other than Dean, to confirm what this initialisation stands for in the comments to this Blog. It goes without saying that Alan Moller and Mason Edwards are also run off their feet. Alan Moller was also able to celebrate a £20.00 tip received on a job this week.
Things are starting to wake up for Richard Reed as he looks towards next year for booking; try the railway as a basis for travelling for your next vacation.
Stuart Smallcombe stated that with home working, VOIP has advanced two years in three months.
Paul Dulieu compared himself to a Swiss Army Knife which means that he is the man to go to if your horse has a stone in its hoof.
Scott Griffiths has been on an anti-bribery and corruption course. The Bribery Act and restrictions imposed by it appear in quite a few of my Contracts of Employment but whether this means a gift of golf balls on the 7th Tee would be in breach of anything will only be made clear if you consult me for what would be a very reasonable fee.
Howard’s choice for the Oscar was none of the above but Simon Essex who pointed out the high level of applications and how experienced personnel are available to fill the positions currently out there.
10-minute presentation by Tina Walker
Tina produced a very slick presentation by way of slides that perhaps surpassed any of her previous efforts as she successfully laid out before us the full extent of her areas of operation. She will get more work as a result of a job well done.
Referrals and Testimonials
A lively round that produced quite a few referrals and thanks for the money. Tina understandably received verbal testimonial from many of us who she has helped over the years.
We hope to have our visitor return next week.