Caring vs. stealing attention.

People want to be remembered and reached out to, when you get permission first.

I have the opportunity as a service provider to follow-up with people who have expressed some interest. It’s an option.

I could decide: they have the option to follow-up with me, they know I’m here.

Or I could decide to follow-up, to stay in touch, to ask if they would like me to contact them at a later date.

It turns out that many people appreciate the follow-up. Yes, there is crappy marketing that can be overly pushy or simply stealing attention that is not granted.

But genuinely caring for people is a different option, and it can be welcomed.

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