A few weeks ago, I shared with you a maxim I’ve found to be true, useful, and readily applicable: “I will take ‘no’ for answer; I won’t take ‘no answer’ for an answer.” In that post, I cited a prospective Client who showed interest in hiring me as a creative consultant, but then went offContinue reading
To make it in sales (and we’re all salesfolk on one level or another, agreed?), ‘no’ must be an acceptable answer. You don’t have to like it– you shouldn’t like it– but you must be able to roll with it and move on.
But what about when there’s no response? Do you assume the answer is ‘no’ and move on? Or do you keep pushing?