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Step 82. Take no for a question


Here is the lesson for today:

Don’t take no for an answer. Take it for a question. Make the word no
mean this question: “Can’t you be more creative than that?
In my seminars I work with a lot of salespeople and one of the most
requested topics of discussion is “cold-calling and rejection.” One of the
greatest problems salespeople, and people everywhere, face is in the
meaning they give to someone else’s no. Many people hear no as an
absolute, final, and devastating personal rejection. But “no” can mean
anything you want it to mean.”

 

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