James Park

Simple is better. Sales.

One of my prospects emailed to cancel their meeting, set 2 weeks in the future.

I drafted a lengthy response to book another time. I didn’t get to send it though because my director beat me to it. He replied with the purpose, then went into the ask.

It was short, sweet, just two sentences.

The client responded, “yes, we can do next week.”

It blew my mind. I thought I’d have to give more information to reengage them. I learned a valuable lesson.

Details can make things more complicated than they are.

There’s a time and a place for the details.

Keep things simple, just one step at a time.

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