Brad Huisken

Why saying "no problem" is a non-negotiable no-no

Do your employees have a habit ot saying "No problem" to customers? Brad Huisken joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the unprofessional and unproductive habit of saying "No problem" to customers, and why no problem is a no-no.

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