Posts Tagged ‘relationships’

Just Cant Say Goodbye Before That Move

Moving away can be tough not only on you but on other people. Family, co-workers and especially friends. Both for you and for them, make sure that you are giving them a proper goodbye and are dealing with the situation while you are still there.

Make sure to talk about your emotions with them. They are, after all your friend. Make sure to tell them exactly how you feel and why you feel this way about your move. In some cases people don’t want to move, but it is being asked of them. For whatever the reason is to move, it is always painful in some way. Make sure to validate these feelings.

Depending on the relationship with your current city (thee one before your move) it Is important to not villainize, or to attack what you don’t like about it. Maybe it’s too small, maybe there is crappy weather there, or maybe you just don’t like it at all. Even if all of these reasons are true, its really important to come up with a list of reasons you appreciate your old location. Also, in your last days there, you can look around and see the reason why you love it in action.

When you are leaving family and friends, sometimes it feels like everyone wants a piece of you. Lunch here, coffee there, it can be overwhelming. A quick and super festive way to solve this dilemma is to throw a going away party.  It may feel a little self serving, but just gather the people you love together and mix some margaritas and have one last soiree!

The most important part of moving overall is saying goodbye to the people and to the things that matter most to you. Make time for these people and things so that you can properly move on into your new city with no regrets and without looking back.

Like Me! Know Me! Trust Me! Pay Me!

Just yesterday, our Exodus team was lucky enough to have a conference with Mr. Joel Comm social media expert, also known as Mr. Adsense or the Internet Millionaire. Joel focused his discussion about the perks of using the internet to build relationships with potential customers or create a platform for current customers to engage in conversation. Joel reassured us that the internet is about one thing…Relationships. Twitter specifically, is about people, the sense of community built by people, conversations that are made, information that is shared, questions that are asked and questions that are answered. It’s about being portable with the people that like, know and trust you.With all the scam moving companies trying to take advantage of you, wouldn’t you be more inclined to engage in  business transactions if there was added value to the relationship?

Joel also taught us about the 4 step sales process that can add value to the relationship that both parties can benefit from. For example, your Twitter profile needs to be built on a level of trust and support before profit even becomes a thought in your head. In order to be efficient and effective while building on the relationship that may one day lead to profit, three things must happen first. In this order people need to Like me- Know me- Trust me– and maybe one day- Pay me.

With all of that being said, hopefully these blogs will help you get to know a little bit about Exodus Moving Company so you can like, know, trust and maybe one day do business with us!

Valuing Feedback

After every move Exodus Moving & Storage completes, we will request your input about your moving experience with us. Continuous improvement is the hallmark of our success as a company and we are always anxious to get your feedback on how well we did our moving job.

Competitive and Accurate Estimates

The Cost of relocation is either based on weight or number of men and trucks needed as well as distance traveling. At no charge to you, one of our experienced and courteous Move Coordinators will review their move in great detail and provide you with an accurate move quote. Our Move Coordinator will also confirm requested pick-up and delivery dates.

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