"I'm sorry I can't do this anymore"
Those were the exact words of Frances,
A woman I thought I was going to build a happy relationship with...
Was I disappointed?
Took a while to move on.
But that's water under the bridge now.
Speaking of disappointments;
Have you ever come so close to making a sale or closing a client or getting the money, only for you to hear....
"I 'm sorry, Maybe another time"
And the next thing they're doing is shell out big money (3x what they were supposed to pay/give you) on some other stuff they consider ...
"More worthy of their money"
What's going on here?
You gave her the wrong perception.
Listen, most times,
When people say they can't afford what you're selling because they dont have money
That's them saying...
"You failed to give me a STRONG reason to give you my money"
Classic human behaviour.
Here's an example:
A woman might say:
I don't have N20k to register for one-month membership at the gym...
10 minutes later,
She won't hesitate to buy a Peruvian wig for N350,000 so she can slay with her friends.
- Instant gratification.
- Zero work.
- Keeping up with the Slay Queens
- Bragging rights...
If she doesn't buy that new Peruvian Wig now that "Hair by Nwanneka" is giving it away at a 50% discount
She may never be able to say with pride:
"I'm wearing a Peruvian wig"
So what happens?
Jennifer will move mountains to get that N350,000 and pay at once before the discount ends.
Long story short:
There's a simple way to plant a seed of desperation in people so they go any length to buy from you without delay.
You'll find it in The influential Communication system.
Get it here: nairaroad.com/joblessnigerian
P.S On July 26th, 2004..
My friend and partner Benahili lost her darling father in a Helicopter crash.
She was just 6.
The future looked bleak.
But she's grown into such a brilliant young woman with ...
A big earning capacity and lifestyle freedom most women can only dream of.
I'm proud of everything I've accomplished with Bena.
I'm even prouder of the fact that...
Inspite of everything she's been through;
She still manages to make some of the Best Parfait in the world.