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Reflection Upon Our Adopted Urgent Care Marketing Principles: Part 2

Drawing Inspiration From The Go-Giver For Urgent Care Marketing

In part one of this blog series we shared 2 out of 5 of the inspirational principles that we utilize in our everyday urgent care marketing business. These valuable lessons are plucked directly from the The Go-Giver, a book written by Bob Burg. Today, we want to reflect on the remaining 3 principles and how we have used them and continue to conduct much of our business with them in mind.

Law #3- The Law Of Influence: Your influence is determined by how abundantly you place other people’s interests first.

Simply put, people will do business with those they know, like, and trust. How did we do that? First, we did what we said we would do! Our urgent care marketing team never made false promises about what it was that we did for our urgent care business owner customers. We also continue to put ourselves in their path rather than hiding in the background. We have regular meetings to ensure that our customers get to know us, understand what we’re doing, and begin to trust our word is good. Furthermore, we give the customers a chance to weigh in on marketing decisions regarding their urgent care clinics.

Law #4- The Law Of Authenticity: The most valuable gift you have to offer is yourself.  

After all, what good is having the skills to perform without showing our true selves? Our urgent care marketing team strives to not only talk about what we can do, but we show that we truly know our stuff.

Law #5- The Law Of Receptivity: The key to effective giving is to stay open to receiving.

If you throw a ball into the air with an open hand, but then close your as the ball falls back down it’s probably going to hit you in the face! It’s a lot safer for you if you decide to try to catch that ball once it comes down. Much in the same way, when we throw out more of our urgent care marketing efforts for less than we take in payment that’s giving and we have to be open to accepting that the fruits of those labors will come full circle and provide for our business. That’s receiving. 

These are the laws we follow and it’s made us humble in our urgent care marketing practices. If you’re an urgent care clinic owner looking for a company that will work with you to help you make your vision for urgent care marketing happen, we’d be happy to help!

urgent care marketing principles

Reflection Upon Our Adopted Urgent Care Marketing Principles: Part 1

Drawing Inspiration From The Go-Giver For Urgent Care Marketing

The truth is that since the founding of our urgent care marketing company we’ve always sought to do the “right thing” for our clients. The world of business is already so full of those who take payment, but do not satisfy their customers. We did not ever wish to be that kind of urgent care marketing company; thus, we started doing business by reading a book.

We have held steadfast to the inspirational principles taught within the The Go-Giver, a wonderful book written by Bob Burg about several valuable business lessons. Today, we’d like to reflect on a few of the laws provided in the book and explain how we have accepted each of them into our own way of conducting our urgent care marketing business, even after all these years.

Law #1- The Law Of Value: Your true worth is determined by how much more you give in value than you take in payment.

Of course, to stay in business any company has to make money and it’s not a terrible thing to do in order to provide for the well-being of employees and sustain the business. The problem comes when business to business relationships are built solely on price and the providing business owner in the relationship does not care whether their customer survives in the end. To prevent this from happening, our urgent care marketing company has made it a point to put into practice the lesson of giving services for a fair price, but ultimately knowing the difference between price and value.

Law #2- The Law Of Compensation: Your income is determined by how many people you serve and how well you serve them.

Many times our customers have price shopped before settling on hiring us. They tell us they have found that our prices were very fair for what we’ve managed to accomplish for them in return. After helping one urgent care chain become successful the word spread and others started to find us. We believe that how well we served others was a testimonial in itself which has, in turn, guided others to seek out our services.

These are only the first 2 of 5 laws we follow and we’ll be talking more about the rest of them in our next post.

If you’re an urgent care clinic owner looking for a company that will work with you to help you make your vision for urgent care marketing happen, we’d be happy to help!