We are not attempting to push the limits of what is possible here.
Salesmanship is hardly about gaining mastery in just trying to sell your stuff to your clients.
Business people always had to push into another level of customer relations and personal satisfactions in order to gain greater mastery in their craft – thereby making a better impression on their clients to help push them into a converted sale.
That was the basic, almost mechanics of a sale, but too many people out for profit thought that it was all going to break in half or something – and that customers would revolt against the sales funnel process.
This is where you get a lead and shift them into the direction of whatever you are buying, and that is some interesting and crazy stuff, because everyone vaguely wants a sales funnel – but far too many have no idea what that is, or why that might benefit their business process.
We are not trying to entertain the idea that profits come from pure salesmanship – because that points to the fact that we don’t know what we’re talking about, but we definitely do because we are hopefully the experts and masters of our industry and trade, and thereby have every right to sell our products at the rate in which we serve them to our markets.
That honestly and literally has to be resolved first, because if you don’t have that ingrained into you, then life will feel a lot different and worse for ware over time, and most of us can’t have that happen because that just honestly means that we are personally and regrettably far off track.
It’s not that we’re not trying to be better business people in general, but you have to get the quality of your products and services far higher in general, or else you will magnificently suffer the consequences in a brutally hesitant way that no one really wants to be part of.
But that’s where businesses can fall apart, and you have to keep in mind that these mistakes add up over the months and years, and that can be what ultimately causes your down fall.
All because you didn’t have your mind set on straight, and everything fell off the foundation, because you weren’t quite sure what you were doing, and everything literally just wasn’t going to work out long term – because your products were not up to par, and that was a problem for you and your marketplace.