“Sales is like flirting: open the kimono just a little, then walk away. Let the ones who would, hanker for more.” -Kim Klaver in (The Truth.
What it Really takes to make it in Network Marketing.)
I preached that 10 years ago and I think it’s one thing from back then that’s more apt today than it was a decade ago.
Thanks Ty Tribble, for reminding me…
Today’s version: “When you present the business or product to a new prospect, don’t try to drag them into the back seat on the first date…and don’t strip down and show them everything you’ve got on the first date, either.”
Yes, I see the pattern in analogies here. Hehe.
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