If you have ever worked in sales, you know the importance of closing the sale. You also know that it is the most difficult part of the sale even with a highly qualified and interested customer.
People new to sales have the most trouble with closing. I sold cars for a short time years ago. My first two sales were going well, but the deal started lagging. At that time, my boss sent in a "closer". This guy was experienced and he closed both the deals. I thought I was doing well, and then the training wheels came off. I had made two sales in my first two days, then did not make another for almost 3 months.
I tried other sales jobs over the years. I sold vacuum cleaners, milk delivery service and some retail. What I learned was, I am not a salesman. I will write a bit more on this topic soon, but suffice it to say, you do not need to be a salesman to be successful at network marketing. I am living proof of this.
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