In my last blog I promised you that this week I’d tell you a story about the way someone once recognized me that kept me wanting to refer him over and over. Well, here goes . . .
A few years ago, I visited my chiropractor for a routine adjustment. Several weeks before, I had referred him to a friend who had recently been in an accident. As I walked into the waiting room, my eyes fell on a bulletin board that was displayed prominently on the wall. The bulletin board read, “We would like to thank the following patients for referring someone to us last month.”
Actually, there was nothing unusual about this sign. It had been there on each of my previous visits–but this time, my name was posted on it. I took notice and was pleased, but I didn’t give it a second thought, until I returned a month later and saw that my name was no longer on it. Instantly I thought, Who else can I refer to the doctor so that my name will be put back on the board?
For the record, my name has consistently been on that board for the better part of three years now . . . and I plan on having it stay there. 🙂