My little boy turned 17 last week and one of the things he wanted to do for his birthday was to go for Korean Barbecue.
Now, I dig good KB. Actually, I might like it a bit too much.
David and I like the pork. Karen and my youngest stepson Drewski like beef, so we ordered a ton of both. The waiter was stunned and tried to convince us it was too much. Obviously, he had never served the Dee clan before!
Then the kimchi started rolling out. If you don’t know what that is, it’s a type of fermented napa cabbage. I’ve had it many times, but I had never seen the cabbage leaves cut at the table nor I had seen such a massive pile of this goodness.
I gobbled down most of it with the familia fighting to get their share. Hey, it’s every man for himself when it comes to Asian food. But there was no need to fight for it because as soon as we were finished, out came the scissors and more kimchi. And then again and again.
Was I going to stop there? Of course not! Your fearless leader is no wimp! I then consumed what seemed to be my bodyweight in meat. While the rest of the family was tapping out, I did my duty and finished every succulent morsel. (Lest you think Dr. Dee is a pig, I’ll have you know that I’ve lost 19 pounds in the past two months following a ketogenic diet that my good friend and private client, Dr. Chris Tomshack turned me on to.
We did pass on the fried rice at the end of our meal and left “Honey Pig” very full and satisfied.
Let me ask you something, my fine feathered friend:
Do you have an “all you can eat” option for your customers? Meaning, do you have a BIG package that includes either all of your services or a bunch of them bundled together? If not, you should do so for two reasons:
First, a portion of your customer base will buy it. It might only be a few people but having the big option is a fantastic slack adjuster for you.
Second, if the big, expensive option is presented along with one or two lower priced options, your closing percentage will go up because you will be giving your prospect a choice between something and something else instead of between something and nothing.
All this talk about food as made me hungry so I’m going to get some lunch.
Kick butt, make mucho DEEnero!
Dave “Kimchi Man” Dee
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