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Let’s look at another example, this time from world of business.
Suppose you are looking for a dry cleaning service to use on a weekly basis. There are two in your neighborhood, and you decide to visit each one. When you walk into first one, you are struck by how dim lights are, how cluttered counter is, and by fact that you had to wait five minutes for clerk to come out to see you. When he finally does, he looks at ground while he explains to you that lights are so dim because rent is high and they are trying to cut costs.
So you visit second dry cleaning business, and immediately notice a big difference. The store is bright, counters are clean, and clerk is waiting at counter as you walk in, with a demeanor that says to you, "I am ready to serve you." He politely explains all his stores policies, and you have a very good feeling as you leave.
Which dry cleaning service will you pick? The second one. Why? Because store, and clerk, “sold” you on that store. In clerk’s case, he sold you on himself.
Selling yourself is nothing to be afraid of. All it takes is a little self-confidence and a little effort to display that self-confidence, whether in form of your dress, your appearance, your conversation, or your people skills.
Patric Chan CEO, http://www.MotivatedForSuccess.com
Patric Chan is considered one of those ordinary 'Average Joes' who has achieved extraordinary results in making money online and offline. He's an author, speaker and infopreneur who had worked with many other successful individuals around the world. Patric shares valuable success tips and ideas that will take the subscriber to the next level of personal improvement at http://www.esuccessmastery.com