I went to boarding school in my teenage years.
Best time of my life except the part about hitchhiking my way across the country to go home every few weeks.
During this time I got a major traveling tip( which has kept me from becoming another crime statistic ). Here’s the scoop on what happened…
There I was one fine Friday on a cold bus stop. Waiting for a lift to take me on the three hour journey home and with no car in sight. There where five of us going the same direction, three men, one woman and me.
Out of nowhere a Semi-truck then pulled over on the bus stop and asked if any of needed a lift. Apparently the driver was lonely and was looking for some company during the drive otherwise the isolation would’ve driven him insane.
Soon as the truck driver offered the lift the four people I was standing with then lept into the truck with the lady mentioning how…
You should never board an empty private vehicle. At least make sure most if not everyone seated in there got in with you.
This was just her trying to make sure I never got robbed by jumping into a car loaded with thugs.
And the funny thing is, those same words apply double time when it comes to selling your service. Your prospects aren’t going to jump into whatever offer you put out for them just because it’s there. They’re going to need to trust you before they whip out their hard earned moolah and hand it over to you.
That being said the easiest way for them to see if they should trust you is to look for other buyers who used your products and see what they have to say. If everyone else says you’re good then by some weird logic you HAVE to be good.
Don’t ask me why… that’s how it is.
Far as they’re concerned if nobody else trusts you then you must probably be a thug or an online scammer.
Moving on, for copy which builds great trust in you and your service with your prospects then hit me up over at:
or just fire me an email over at:
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Till the next wave of madness…Vae Victis.