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"Excessive Weing" Syndrome - And Why it Kills Your Sales


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Here’s the scenario…

You go to a party of a good friend at their house. It’s not very lively but, hello, who’s that over there, they look interesting. You decide to go over and introduce yourself.

You ask one question – and bam, the person talks for ten minutes without pausing for breath. They talk non-stop about them, their interests, their history, their achievements. They ask you nothing!

How do you feel?

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"Excessive Weing" Syndrome - And Why it Kills Your Sales

  1. 1. “Excessive Weing” Syndrome – And Why It Kills Sales Link to Blog on slide 4…
  2. 2. Only recently I went to a networking event and within 10 minutes had four business cards thrust into my hand by people who didn’t know me, or about my current & future challenges but were only too willing to smother me with information about their company… “we are this, we do this, we’re brilliant, we can do that for you” and so on. This affliction is commonly known as ‘Excessive Weing’. It will certainly be costing you sales success.
  3. 3. You’ll be pleased to know there is a cure….
  4. 4. Read Full Blog by clicking link below… weing-syndrome-and-why-it-kills-your-sales%E2%80%8F/