You know, sometimes when you're having services done, no matter what for, you tend to question or maybe even doubt how they will be rendered; who will do it; how they'll treat you; whether they'll be judgmental; if they'll be genuinely concerned through their performance; whether you guys can deal with misunderstandings or lacks in communication; if they'll be able to handle that lil' pit bull inside of you that's brought out when it senses things that may not "appear" to be right; if they'll be willing to compromise and agree to disagree to get things done properly and in order; can you trust them or should you even consider it at all; if they'll be understanding to "your way of things" or "how you like it" and considerate to your pet peeves or dislikes; hell, if they'll even think twice about you when you're gone or care if the services provided were sufficient and effective. On the other hand, the service provider possesses a host of thoughts as well, as they should! Nevertheless, great customer service isn't acquired overnight. It's the degree of respect and willingness that builds interpersonal relationships and establishes good communication between professionals and patients. People nowadays want everything to be handed to them; want to place a ton of expectations on service providers while neglecting their parts and failing to meet them on common ground. Many business fail because of poor customer service and many customers miss out on great service because they expect perfection as opposed to being willing to work towards it. Practitioners and patients both have jobs to do and it's wonderful dealing with professionals who have patience, consideration, understanding, respect, and willingness. What makes it even better is when patients have the same!!! Dr. David you're Amazing *~_~* Lisa, HoneyDoll, I appreciate you and save some patience for me! I thank Jesus for humbling me and giving me a lil' bit as well! As Always, Mrs.Jackie, My Angel, Queen Maribel, and the rest of your ALL STAR TEAM...you guys keep on making it happen! BEN...You know I see you...keep on working it out. Lord Bless you guys.
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