“Sales are contingent upon the attitude of the salesman – not the attitude of the prospect.” – W. Clement Stone
C L O S I N G T H E D E A L T A K ES E F F O R T A N D P A T I E N C E
This week’s Wednesday Challenge on partner Susan and my alternate site, WEEKLY PROMPTS, was the phrase EASY PEASY.
An activity described as being “easy peasy” connotes to the observer that the action in itself requires no real effort or exertion on the part of the person performing the said action.
In this photo series my neighbor was doing his best to persuade this potential customer that the item he offered for sale was not only functional but also a snap to assemble.
For thirty minutes he assembled and reassembled the item, answered the woman’s many questions and at the end of the session closed the deal.
In case you were wondering the gent in the photo is not a salesman but through his concerted efforts managed to persuade the lady to sign the check.
The cloth bag on the far left housed this item before he began his selling spiel.
He made this 30 minute transaction appear to be easy peasy.