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The email newsletter for people who want to deliver exceptional customer service experiences. Every edition is full of fresh perspectives, practical advice, and pointers to the best customer service content.

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Social Media Customer Service

Delivering customer service on social media channels is like having a family argument live on stage with Dr. Phil. Truth is real, but you're also playing to an audience.

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The Beginner's Mind

The Beginner's Mind

Being able to put yourself back into the mind of a beginner, to see it again from their perspective, is a critical skill. Here's to never losing our learner's mindset.

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New Tricks for Old Dogs

New Tricks for Old Dogs

Are you resisting change because it is a mistake, or because you feel uncomfortable with a new approach? The difference is important.

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