The importance of attitude to Shanghai Dragon ndustry

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Hello, I am the future. Today I am on my way to work, a path to the subway, see three, about 7 8 year olds in the subway station to sell newspapers. The first children shout "selling newspapers, selling newspapers……" ; second children shy, dare to sell his newspaper to passers-by his path; third children play in the mobile phone side of the lazy. I stood aside to observe a few minutes, to see the result is: the first children shout attracted a lot of attention, a lot of people voluntarily walked up, he bought a newspaper; second a shy little friend only to sell his path passers-by the paper in his hand, due to the relatively few people, so to sell newspapers is relatively small; the last kid has been playing for a newspaper, so he did not sell. Through this small thing, first I admire these three kids of courage, and I appreciate the first and second little friends about this attitude, although they sell the newspaper did not have much money, but through their active on this matter seriously attitude makes me think of the importance of attitude the Shanghai dragon industry.

I did the work mostly in Shanghai Longfeng station optimization for the enterprise, do more, about enterprise stand optimization will have certain experience, in these experiences I found a very important: the optimization of the enterprise stand not only focus on how good you are, you still treat this work attitude is right? Do the optimization of this line, you can stand in the customer point of view to think, or you just want to put their own thinking to instill customers? We do optimization, it is necessary to mention the single thing. Here to share with me has successfully received an optimized single case: one evening eleven o’clock, I saw a customer needs to do optimization of an enterprise station in the West Temple, but his request is tender, that is to say that he had to pick a satisfactory to him in many the peer. Through his posts I can preliminarily judge whether he is a focus on the details and attitude of the people. So I and his friends, and he was trying to communicate online, in the whole process of chat I just casually mention my work, then I try to stand in his shoes to help him analyze all kinds of problems…… The results of my unremittingly efforts, the customer was finally conquered me, in many excellent colleagues, he finally chose us for his business station optimization. Through this thing can be seen in the optimization technology you have good at the same time then refine their work attitude will get you the cause of the icing on the cake.

as the Shanghai dragon Er all know, Shanghai dragon is a relatively hard and not a lot of reward. If you want to become an excellent Shanghai dragon Er, first of all we have to be patient. Because of this industry, you have to be able to "Baidu" test, the optimization work is different from other, "Baidu" will monitor our work, where do bad, may at any time will let us before all the efforts of the "back to before the reform and opening up" appearance, so patience >

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