“But wait! Don’t we want the sale?”
Yep, we want the sale. I sure do, and I hope you as well.
Except when we learn that buying wouldn’t be the right choice for the buyer.
And that’s where you see the difference between ethical sellers, and who only care about the numbers.
Selling is a way to facilitate a decision-making process, and if a buyer is about to make the wrong decision?
Then it’s not just a friendly respectful thing to stop the sale: it’s your duty.
If they ought not buy, they should not buy. That’s how you sell with the other’s best interest in mind, and that’s how you build the trust that causes people to come back to buy later on, when the time is right for them and it IS a good decision.
And that’s why, when I talk to new people, I’m not there to sell. That’s not my job.
My job is to help you figure out what’s the best decision — for you.
Because that ultimately is the best decision for me as well.
So… been on the fence about talking, because you might want help but you’re not sure?
Then let’s meet, have a conversation, and see what’s the best decision for you.
Book a call here…
Originally published at MartinStellar.com.