A pervasive apprehension that others might be having rewarding experiences from which one is absent, the "fear of missing out".
Born out of this adversity, rose a fearless ability to tackle some of the most difficult of tasks in the murky world of prospecting.
"As an example, 65% of all the peripheral companies providing services to the finance sector disappeared. This did, however, have a positive effect. The natural balance of "cause and effect" meant that on the flip side........."
Not only is this practice putting the lives and welfare of these workers at risk, but all that of the general public too.
I know that it is my role to impart the techniques necessary for the people I'm coaching to be able to improve and turn those techniques into a skill.
Using these "simple-seven" will empower me to keep going, but more importantly to slow down.
So here's my question! Do you believe that you should charge for quotations, and at what point in the client acquisition process do you make that decision?