You Will Never Know Unless You Ask
You will never know unless you ask?
The corollary is “You will never know unless you try.” Recently I caught myself dismissing an idea based upon my general experience. Now, I do think experience counts for something. But sometimes it can channel a person into narrower and narrower thinking. The trick is to balance the experience you have gained with the ability to ‘keep an open mind.’ Timing, a new angle, or changed circumstances can be hidden factors that affect the veracity of what you think you know. A couple minutes can change everything. Get a second opinion.
Not sure of some idea? Call.
Many of the calls I get result in somebody changing directions. Sometimes that is good for me. Sometimes not. At least in the immediate sense. However, I never regret helping somebody learn some pieces of the puzzle. I usually learn something too. Also most of in sales understand that it is far more satisfying and good for your career if your focus is on helping our prospects and customers.
But first you have to ask or try. Give me a call and let’s see what we can do.
– Jerry at BXMKR.com