I will be 60 next year ... Time passes so fast. 60 is the age my father died. So, what can I do to leave my mark using the time I have left. We rarely think about the end. But it will come. We usually do not know when. So we need to make sure we do our best.
My father is at the PC fair designed for senior citizens in Ashiya Japan.
There are more seniors (over 60) in Japan than people under 18 in Japan.
Carving for seniors are very much the talk of everything.
I recommended Bloguru to my father for senior PC users.
I announced that we now have a customer feedback program. This program is used whoever we talk to customer about any task or problem. We started using this program yesterday afternoon and we had our first customer feedback yesterday.
The above was the result. It is always good to know what customer thought about our service so that we can improve our service. Does your company have customer feed back program? Do you want one? We can implement it for you.
After you finish your customer support call, or finish your service at customer site, wouldn't you like to know hat your customer thought about what you have done? Instant feed back ... When you ride an UBER, they will send you a quick feedback form you can fill out.
Why don't you do the same. PSP has created an Internet system just design to do that. When you finish your job, just login to the website and fill out the simple form. The system will send an email with a link to quick survey like you see above. Customer will fill it up in sew seconds and submit it. People including you and your manager will get a copy of the feedback result.
Wouldn't that be nice? Now you have it. Just ask PSP.
100 company owners and executives meet in Seattle every Wednesday for lunch and leads exchange. It is a great group and there is only one company per industry. That makes us not to compete with each other.
If your are interested in joining, please let me know. I have to make sure your industry is not represented first.
Eat-Out ... Meals you eat at restaurant (outside of the home)
Eat-in ... Meals you prepare and eat at home.
Eat-Middle ... It is a take out meal you buy and eat at home.
Thanks to food delivery services, there are more people eat-middle or eat restaurant prepared meal at home. There are many restaurants in Japan that is design for take out only. In addition to restaurants, supermarkets and convenience stores sell prepared meals.
In the US, there are take outs but they are not really design to replace home made meals. I am sure as time goes on, there will be more restaurants and stores design to cater to people who would like to eat-middle.