Almost every business has a motto, slogan, or mission statement. But none of them compare to the ones you made at your wedding—for better or worse, in sickness or health, etc. Let’s see what would happen we we look at promises made in marriage and how they may compare to the world of business.
If you aren’t happy with me, you can tell me. I have no problem with it. Matter of fact, it’s my goal to make your life as pleasant as possible. I commit to doing everything I can to contribute to your well-being. Please also realize I can do this much easier when I get more compliments than complaints, okay?
The customer is always right.
Okay, maybe not always. . . but if you and I have a difference of opinion, I’ll try to see things from your perspective. I am so invested in your needs that there will be times when I will sacrifice my own wants to make your dreams come true.
Delivered in 30 minutes or less.
When I tell you I will help you, I’ll seek to complete that task as quickly as possible. That way, you will know you can trust me.
I will not profit at your expense.
Okay, I’ve never heard this one, but wouldn’t it be nice? I want to continually improve myself, but not if it means putting you down or making your life less rewarding.
The next time you enter a business or website, and you see their slogan, there just might be something you could apply in your own marriage!
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