Have you ever felt like you just had to share your latest good news with anyone and everyone around you, but they literally had no interest whatsoever in what you had to say? Although intended for the best, sometimes sharing the good news is not always a positive outcome.
After all, people know you remember things.
And every time they see you coming with that “have I got a deal for you” look of wide eyed innocence about you… they also know to be very aware with the question in their minds… what is he going to try and sell on now!?
More often than not it seems as if you’re the only one oblivious to their burn out of your good news tactics and gracious offers for them to improve their lives and make more money and retire to the Florida Keys sooner than later while improving their health and well being with your new vita-pill-drink!.
Both they and you know that you’re really not a bad person. The fact of the matter is that you just want to see everyone as healthy and happy as your latest new venture is promising to make the both of you. You’re just sharing the good news. I mean, after all, you could see and realize the benefits of this amazing product and were immediately sold on it… so everyone you know should jump on this opportunity as sure and as fast as you did, right!
You don’t need that kind of pressure. Time to get this monkey off you back!
So, as a new business person, you have to write these folks off your list and warm and friendly contacts (because the industry of network marketing labels them that way) and you end up losing your rank and status in the arena of family and friends because that same win at all costs industry says if they cannot or will not support you in whatever your dreams are, then you didn’t need them anyway.
So, does that mean the pressure is now off and you as a big shot entrepreneur are free and able to tackle anyone you come in contact with using your new found attitude as fair game for your business? I would certainly hope not. That is a pure case of not sharing the good news!
What you really need to remember at this point in your little business rant to save the world is… “don’t try to share your seemingly good fortune” with everyone or everything that moves!
Keep in mind that some people will be wide open to change and new ideas, having been prepared by the your giving spirit from times past.
But, there are those that you have engaged just as soberly before that may not be so open to yet another invitation to be set free from your definition of their less than stellar lives.
When you come across those that are not, relax, don’t push them. When it comes to sharing the good news, you need to realize that it’s just not their time.
If and when you sense a resistance or an uncomfortable response, just tactfully, professionally and lovingly change the subject.
Demonstrate true sensitivity and concern for this person and be mindful that their time will come..it may be next week, next month or perhaps even tomorrow..or even more so, never. You just need to stay close to your moral and ethical business conventions. There’s a time and a place for everything and everyone.
Having said that, I have to also state that I am not putting down or am opposed to the great many men and women who make their livelihoods persuading and selling to the masses in our society. Some of these great selling giants do come with even greater values in sharing the good news.
Giving in is not necessarily always a matter of giving up.
Sometimes you have to give yourself permissions to leave, to walk away, to not challenge certain conventions. And in doing so, you will gain a healthy respect for the individual as you are encouraged to listen to your inner-self and be a guiding force rather than just another selling force for something that many may not be in the market to buy.
A Friend in Business… and Life… Always,
Source by Lon Roland