Why People do not Trust You!

Why People do not Trust You!

People do not trust you!

Why should they?

There is so much information available and much of it is junk.

How do we get through the unsolicited info?

How to we manage the onslaught of information and determine what is real?

How do we know the info is the most current?

How do we deal with the contradiction?

Unless you can help your prospects and clients answer he above questions they will never trust you.

There are six questions your prospects want answered before they buy from you.

Go here www.businessgrowthexperience.com and download my free report that not only helps you define those six questions, it will help you answer them.

Ron Finklestein

330-990-0788 ron@ businessgrowthexperience.com

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Ron Finklestein is an accomplished Sales Training Coach and Consultant for small businesses. Professional and public speaker. International business author.

About Ron Finklestein

Ron Finklestein is an accomplished Sales Training Coach and Consultant for small businesses. Professional and public speaker. International business author.

Comments

  1. Jim Abraham says:

    Ron, you’re always right on the money with your information, and your free report discussing the 6 questions is critical for everyone to understand.

    To be helpful, when I determine whether to trust someone and develop a business relationship with them, I look at a few factors.
    1) Do they understand my needs? My frustrations, fears, anxious moments?
    2) Do they have the knowledge I need to know to solve my problems?
    3) Is this knowledge readily available and easy to understand and implement?
    4) How much will it cost me to gain this knowledge verses how much will it cost me to wait?
    5) Will they be there for me when I have questions or when I need them?
    6) How can I add value back to them as well.

    Overall, is this person or company worth being in my “inner circle”?

    Jim

    • Thanks Jim. Everyone should use your criteria when creating strong business relationships. That way when problems occur, and all relatiosnhips have problems or they do not grow, this open dialog is essential for success.

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