[The Startup Daily] #41: Why You Should Love The Word “No”

This is something I’m still working on, but it’s absolutely a great piece of advice.  If you walked away every time you heard a no, you’d never get anywhere.  Embrace the no, and utilize the no, love the no…

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The Startup Daily
Volume 41
02/25/2011

Why You Should Love The Word “No”

The sales process begins with the word “no.”

People Don’t Like to Say No, And When They Do They Are at Their Weakest—Take This Opportunity to Start Selling

If someone says “no” then at least they are engaged, ask them what you need to do to turn that “no” into a “yes.”

Break yourself of the habit to shut down when you hear the word “no.” Instead treat it as a cue to start fighting.

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Lucky Or Smart?: Fifty Pages for the First-Time Entrepreneur by Bo Peabody is a clever little book that offers insight into what kind of person makes a great entrepreneur, how to improve your shot at being lucky, keeping your ego in check, and more. Bo Peabody is a humble and unconventional entrepreneur best known for founding Tripod, one of the great dot com successes.

 

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