Who’s right and who’s wrong in the classic time-share sales model? You know the one I’m talking about. The time-share company invites you to come down on a “vacation” that is completely paid for – in exchange for you listening to an hour “pitch”.
So, you go.
Then you complain that you were subjected to a “high-pressure” sales pitch – maybe you even bought something – something you may even regret.
I ask you, “What did you expect?”
If you’re willing to present yourself as a prospective buyer – which you have by taking the offer of being in a one-hour sales presentation – why aren’t you willing to be responsible for your own experience of the sales pitch?
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I’d love to hear your thoughts. Please think them through before you share them. Please look from both sides.
Love the process up!
The Irreverent Sales Girl