Do you give referrals for rewards?

Most of my work comes from referrals but I don’t bribe, browbeat, guilt trip or offer to pay directly or indirectly for those referrals.

Nor do reciprocate with a referral unless there is a very, very good match.

Am I being too simplistic?

Do you have to think you’re gonna get something back before you send someone a referral?

Isn’t it more powerful if there is no coercion involved?

Shouldn’t you be able to rely on being bloody good at what you do in order to get referrals or is it all down to “I’ll scratch your back only if you scratch mine”?

If you’d like to talk about how to grow your business and get great referrals for being good at what you do, get in touch

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  1. Eric Britt
    Eric Britt says:

    Ann helped me to establish Integrity Wills and it has gone from strength to strength in the last four weeks to the point where I am taking on a new consultant and my PA is doing more hours.

    Ann has been there when I have come to cross-roads and helped me in thinking through where I wanted to be and how to get there.

    For me she is the first port of call whenever I need to think and talk things through.

    Eric S Britt

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