Today Edward of the Otsu school came all the way to Okamoto to help me pass out some flyers. We worked on the south side of the Okamoto Station for about one and three-quarter hours and passed out a lot of flyers. The presence of two foreigners talking and joking while courteously greeting people made a bigger impact than just one person.
This is another example of the TEAM philosophy that Smith’s School of English Franchise is known for. I highly recommend other schools to help each other this way. Earlier Derek of the Tsukaguchi school helped John of the Kawanishi School distribute flyers too.
Spring is coming and now is the time to get out there and promote your school!
Al, SSE Okamoto
John C says
Derek and I are now doing this on a regular weekly basis. It really helps on a business basis, as well as making the time much more enjoyable. We even get to have a cup of coffee and a pastry or two afterwards.
Great! I’m happy to see others doing the same as John and I. Working together as a TEAM is good for business. We can motivate ourselves have a great time! Like John mentions in his comment above, we have coffee and pastries afterwards, which is great. We can get to know each other more and teach each other stuff.
Al Bartle says
Thanks. Maybe we can start doing this too? What days are good for you? I am looking forward to your email. On top of it all the weather is getting much better these days.
Al, SSE Okamoto
That’s a great idea. I was going to suggest this to you too! Let’s do it! I’ll send you an email with the best days for me.