Selling is no different from buying a bra.
Because the entire exercise revolves around one thing: Is it a good fit?
A bra that doesn’t fit is useless.
And the same goes for any kind of business partnership—including the selling/buying partnership.
As a consumer, you wouldn’t dream of grabbing the first bra you saw, tossing it down on the counter, and forking over your hard-earned cash.
: You check sizes, styles, brands.
: You think about what clothes you’ll wear over it.
: You try on a bunch of them, check yourself out from every angle, make sure nothing digs, pinches, pokes, squeezes, lumps, spills.
And as an Elegant Hustler, you wouldn’t try to sell a bra to someone who doesn’t need one.
(Or, you know, to someone who doesn’t have boobs.)
You would get a few basic things out of the way first:
Does that person have boobs? Yes.
Does she have boobs that require a bra? Yes.
Does she likes the bras I’m selling? Yes!
You want maximum support and maximum comfort out of your business partnerships.
Taking a little time to find out whether there is a need, and then whether there is a want, will save you a lot of time, energy, and headaches. And it will earn you some seriously loyal clients.
Because one thing EVERYONE loves is a gorgeous, great-fitting bra.