Why is the motto ‘Pearl’ so Important to my Book?
I wanted to create a word to describe ‘Great Customer Service’, ‘Professionalism’. I wanted a word that ‘Loops Itself’ for both myself and the customer. At first, it sounded too easy, so I thought. I gave it some thought and came across the word ‘Pearl’; I paused and the first thing that entered my head was that a pearl was like a form of art. I did some research about how pearls were made. I came to a conclusion that it was perfect for both my book and photography.
I truly believe that a pearl will change my life and the customers life forever.
Pearl (Broken Down)
P – Presentation, Is there any flaws or do I need to redo something? Would I read my own books in my case?
E – Educated, Am I educated enough to answer my own questions or of the customers, if one arises?
A – Appearance, How do I look when I approach someone. Am I dressed based on the situation?
R – Ready, Am I Ready to plant my ‘PEA’ to the world.
L – Listen, Biggest part of Communication is to Listen, ‘Listen to the Customer’. Hence the word ‘EAR’ in PEARL.
PEA – Can I plant it, improve it, make it better?
PEAR – Can I produce it or show it?
EAR – Did I truly listen to the customer?
EARL – Could be a customer’s name, be creative?
- Quick Fact: In the Bible verse (Revelations 21: 21)
Even Pearls were mentioned to describe Heaven. Cool!
“And the twelve gates are twelve pearls, each of the gates is a single pearl, and the street of the city is pure gold, transparent as glass.”
Feel free to use this motto I created. Please give me credit by referencing my name.
Thanks! Tyler Chamberlin