Inspirational and Empowering Child Care Business Owners To Build Successful Child Care Businesses

This blog post was inspired by one of my Facebook friends, Christina Margolis. The day before I published this blog post, I made a bank deposit and as I made the deposit, I decided to share a few of my business cards to the bank teller.

I waited for the teller to greet me after my transaction reached the inside of the bank and he said: “Good evening!  I replied, Hello! (with an exciting tone of voice), Good evening to you as well… then I said,  I own a center not too far from here, if you know someone looking for child care or preschool, please share my card with them. The teller said, Sure! Then I replied, thank you and you have a great day!”

I shared this moment with you, because I want to inspire you to get in the habit of telling others about your Business. In fact, if you are shy, that’s OK….just keep practicing and you will become more comfortable with sharing your Business cards. I’m introverted by nature, however, over the years, I have come out of my shyness and I tell others about my business on a regular basis.

The next time that you are in the grocery store or  out shopping and you see a mom or dad with children,  that’s a great opportunity for you to gain a potential client.

For example: Slowly walk over to the parent, (smile) and say, “Excuse me ma’am or sir , I see that you have some beautiful children and I was wondering if your children are enrolled in childcare or a preschool program?”  If the parent says no, consider Offering  the family a trial day in your program and give the parent  a few  of your business cards. Then say, “It was a pleasure meeting you and I look forward to hearing from you soon!”

If the parent already has childcare, you could simply say: ” I was just wondering if you were in need of childcare, because I own a Child Care Business and if you are ever seeking to make a change in your child care provider, feel free to give me a call (hand the parent your Business card). Thanks for taking the time to speak with me and you have a great day.”

I look forward to reading your comments about today’s blog post. Be sure to leave your comment below.

To your Success!

Shiketa

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Comments on: "Tips For Sharing Your Business Card" (1)

  1. […] So let’s take a look at 5 easy ways to make- over your Business: 1. Take some time to reflect on the practices that are no longer working for you and stop doing them right away. In fact, if your practices are not getting you any results, it’s time to do something different. Step 2 will lead you to some new practices. 2. Buy some new business books! I recommend that you read 12 books a year or 1 book a month. Think about what you need to improve in your Business and increase your knowledge on that subject. Need some ideas: I recommend that you buy books on the following subjects: Leadership, marketing or branding and personal development. Moreover, be sure to pick books that are written by successful business owners. 3. Plan to attend a Business Conference. It will give you some new insight and fresh revelation. In the spring of 2013 I attended a Chick Fila Leadercast and it was Amazing! In fact, at the conference; I discovered that I was a hoarder and I needed to keep things simple in my Business! 4. Makeover You! Get some new clothes and get a new hairstyle. When you look great, people are naturally drawn to you and you will also feel great. 5. Work on your brand! In fact, how are you showing up to your customers on-line and off line? Take a look at your social media presence; do you need a brand over haul? Your brand is everything that you do in Business, so choose your social media statuses carefully; makeover your website; update your marketing materials, get new uniforms for your employees, update your business sign or business cards. […]

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