How often do you inadvertently communicate negative message to your prospects and customers?
- “Sorry, let’s reschedule, again” actually says, “You’re not very important.” Otherwise the new opportunity wouldn’t have taken priority, right?
- “Please leave a message after the tone” actually says, “You’re not worth my time.” Otherwise they would have picked up the phone, right?
- “There’s been a change of plan” actually says, “You don’t get to get my best.” Otherwise the promise would have been kept as planned, right.
Whether we mean to say these things or not is not the point. In the moment, it’s how other people will interpret it. Interpretation matters: forget what you think your marketing says, what does it really say to those you wish to serve?
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