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Re: Lou Phil

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 16:11:35

In reply to Re: Lou, posted by Phil on July 17, 2002, at 15:56:26

Phil,
Our co. could not insure drunks.
Lou

 

Re: Lou

Posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 16:16:16

In reply to Re: Lou Phil, posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 16:11:35

> Phil,
> Our co. could not insure drunks.
> Lou

ROFLMAO!!!

Game, set, and match to Lou!

 

Re: Lou Dinah

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 16:24:09

In reply to Re: Lou, posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 16:16:16

Dinah,
What does ROFLMAO stand for?
Thanks,
Lou

 

Re: Lou

Posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 16:35:21

In reply to Re: Lou Dinah, posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 16:24:09

Sorry Lou. It means rolling on the floor laughing my posterior off. :)

 

Dinah Dinah

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 16:40:53

In reply to Re: Lou, posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 16:35:21

Dinah,
Thanks for the explanation. Are you OK?
Lou

 

Re: Dinah Lou Pilder

Posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 16:50:02

In reply to Dinah Dinah, posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 16:40:53

Thanks for your concern, Lou. I'm just dandy. On top of the world.

Dinah

 

Re: Dinah Dinah

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 16:53:07

In reply to Re: Dinah Lou Pilder, posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 16:50:02

dinah,
Your not going to have to see a plastic surgeon, are you?
Lou

 

Re: Dinah

Posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 16:58:07

In reply to Re: Dinah Dinah, posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 16:53:07

No, not a plastic surgeon Lou. I think my posterior will survive just fine.

I do however see my pdoc monday, which might be a good thing.

 

Re: Dinah Dinah

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 17:01:03

In reply to Re: Dinah, posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 16:58:07

Dinah,
Do you laugh with your pdoc?
Lou

 

Re: Dinah Lou Pilder

Posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 17:08:48

In reply to Re: Dinah Dinah, posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 17:01:03

I'm afraid my pdoc is a rather serious sort.

 

Re: Dinah Dinah

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 17:13:09

In reply to Re: Dinah Lou Pilder, posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 17:08:48

Dinah,
Perhaps you can advise him/her to tune in here
Lou

 

Re: LOL. Your wit is showing today! (nm) Lou Pilder

Posted by Dinah on July 17, 2002, at 17:29:49

In reply to Re: Dinah Dinah, posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 17:13:09

 

The 7 fears to overcome to succed in sales -part 5

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 17:50:36

In reply to The 7 fears to overcome to succed in sales -part 4, posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 10:21:25

Friends,
In sales, we must overcome the fear of what others will think of you. the people in your office or workplace are driven by the world's methods. The office usually has a "salesperson of the month" award, or a board with how many sales you made for the month. The world method uses competition to "motivate" the sales staff. So you have to overcome this type of fear. The fear of being less than others in number of sales. It is the fear of humiliation.
Lou

 

Sorry Lou, carry on without me. I've seen enough. (nm)

Posted by Phil on July 17, 2002, at 18:42:40

In reply to The 7 fears to overcome to succed in sales -part 5, posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 17:50:36

 

Re: Lou Phil

Posted by shar on July 18, 2002, at 1:20:47

In reply to Re: Lou, posted by Phil on July 17, 2002, at 15:56:26

> When the wife accepted the appt she was drunk and she knew it would make her husband mad. I have no more details. That's the scenario.

You sure you want to make it so close to real life?

S

 

Re: Dinah's less difficult scenario Lou Pilder

Posted by Dinah on July 18, 2002, at 8:59:34

In reply to Re: Phil's difficult, but not impossible, client Phil, posted by Lou Pilder on July 17, 2002, at 12:42:11

I do think Phil's idea of using an example to illustrate the point was a good one, and usually very helpful to me when I'm trying to understand something as it puts it in context.

So how about this scenario.

You are a copier seller for a newish local company. It is your job to call various businesses from, oh I don't know enough about where this information can be obtained, say, the telephone book. You want to sell them a copier, not necessarily the most expensive one, because the main money really comes from the service contract. So you are allowed to sell them the copier that really does best fit their needs.

There's the scenario.

 

Lou's response to Dinah's post Dinah

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2002, at 9:17:06

In reply to Re: Dinah's less difficult scenario Lou Pilder, posted by Dinah on July 18, 2002, at 8:59:34

Dinah,
What you a describing is the way to do what a salesperson does. Prospecting, demonstrating, etc. etc.. Now all of that will come later. what I am attempting to tell, is a way to not be a part of the world's system of sales. I believe that the world's system is corrupt. I want to tell of another system completly, not as that world does.
Lou

 

Re: Lou's response to Dinah's post-part 2

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2002, at 9:25:58

In reply to Lou's response to Dinah's post Dinah, posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2002, at 9:17:06

Dinah,
The world's sales system is based on greed and fear. When I was in The City of Peace, the Rider said to me, "Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world-the lust of the flesh, the the lust of he eyes, and the prie of life-is not of the Father but is of the world. And the world is passing away, and the lust of it; but he who does the will of God abides forever."
Lou

 

Re: I understand Lou

Posted by Dinah on July 18, 2002, at 10:05:09

In reply to Re: Lou's response to Dinah's post-part 2, posted by Lou Pilder on July 18, 2002, at 9:25:58

That's why I tried to make it clear that the salesman was also allowed to honestly do his best for the customer.

But it is your story, and I don't want to interfere with your way of telling it. It may just be me, but I sometimes get lost without grounding. And examples are excellent grounding tools for me. And I am trying to follow your story of how to succeed in sales, although I probably will never be in sales. But it is interesting nevertheless.

 

Re: I understand Lou

Posted by oracle on July 18, 2002, at 12:11:18

In reply to Re: I understand Lou, posted by Dinah on July 18, 2002, at 10:05:09

here

 

Re: I understand Lou

Posted by oracle on July 18, 2002, at 12:11:44

In reply to Re: I understand Lou, posted by Dinah on July 18, 2002, at 10:05:09

we

 

Re: I understand Lou

Posted by oracle on July 18, 2002, at 12:11:58

In reply to Re: I understand Lou, posted by Dinah on July 18, 2002, at 10:05:09

go

 

Re: I understand Lou

Posted by oracle on July 18, 2002, at 12:12:08

In reply to Re: I understand Lou, posted by Dinah on July 18, 2002, at 10:05:09

go

 

Questions for Lou

Posted by Mark H. on July 23, 2002, at 17:16:34

In reply to Re: I understand Lou, posted by oracle on July 18, 2002, at 12:12:08

Is the "pearl-white Mustang" the "horse," and the man with the eye-patch who was driving it the "Rider"?

Thank you,

Mark H.

 

Re: Questions for Lou Mark H.

Posted by Lou Pilder on July 23, 2002, at 20:30:51

In reply to Questions for Lou, posted by Mark H. on July 23, 2002, at 17:16:34

Mark H,
Yes, The White Mustang was the White Horse and the Rider was the driver. The car was of the first year, without blemish or spot.
Lu


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