Sales Babble just added a new post entitled “Five Ways To Be A Qualifying Olympian“. It discusses in plain language the power of qualifying prospective clients.
It’s take from this post “Qualifying” in the Tao Te Ching of Sales:
“Not-knowing is true knowledge.
Presuming to know is a fools errand.
First realize that you don’t know
then you can move towards understanding.
Open your ears.
Awake to needs of the buyer.”
As you can see this post is quite economical in words, yet somewhat ambiguous and makes you think. This was it’s intent. However this is a barrier for some readers. It’s not as clear as the four paragraphs posted on Sales Babble. These two postings do a good job of illustrating the difference between the two forums. My desire is to make these teachings more accessible. That’s why I’ve created Sales Babble.
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