We All Don’t Care About The Same Things…And That’s Okay.

Something I learned from watching few episodes of Downton Abbey is not everyone thinks of or cares about financial freedom the way we think or care about.

A common theme we preach is “not having a boss to answer to” but the truth is some people want a boss to answer to.

Some people want a life of order and regiment.

Waking up by 5, getting ready for work, spending 8 hours at work, coming back home in the evening and whatnot.

Not everyone wants the chaos and uncertainty associated with entrepreneurship, though some thrive in spite of it.

I had a neighbour who told me he didn’t have a single entrepreneurial bone in his body. He just loved the corporate lifestyle.

To them that’s happiness.

Not a miserable existence and a life of quiet desperation like we all think.

And it’s important we respect that.

Not everyone has big dreams like you or I do.

While some want to conquer the world, some simply want to pass through this world unannounced.

As marketers selling financial freedom & business opportunities, it’s important we understand the concept of points of entry when trying to sell to people.

It’s important to sell to people solely interested in you and what you have to offer.

Because you can never provoke or force or coerce desire.

People buy something because there’s a draw deep down in their spirit towards it.

Your words & promises are not meant to convince them, just draw those desires out and let them convince themselves it’s what they want.

Makes your job 20x easier.

I’ll end this with learn how to manage and conserve your energy (selling energy) for people who need it.

I hope this helps you.

Love, light & poto poto 

Happy Valentine’s Day,

Uche.

Uche Okoro

Writer. Sales & Marketing. Business & Investing Afficionado.

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