High-Value Clients Don’t Grow on Trees
All Part Two
(even when second thoughts arise)
Last time we spoke of the value of trust in both personal and business relationships. How the love of a mother-in-law can prevail. How we touched on having trust and faith in your family physician and deciding whether she had the skill to perform brain surgery on your child. Or not.
We also spoke on how we typically look at trust, what we do trust, and what we don’t. Human nature types of stuff.
Today we’ll discuss how trust can be tested, even betrayed and still win the day. This time we’ll take a deeper look into trust as it pertains to business; the path to purchase.
Trust Trumps All
(from your mother-in-law to your physician)
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TRUST is one of those things that the entire world hinges on. Trust trumps all, and that includes when your mother-in-law professes her undying love for you.
I happen to have been lucky in that regard albeit the exception to the rule. Alice was indeed a person that loved me, and I her. She trusted me to always be there, and I trusted her to mind her own business. She used to say that “she loved me more than she did her own kids.” Sometimes.