"True Wove" (Happy Valentines Day)
Last night my daughter Lily said "True Wove to me".
Not sure where she got that from, but it was really cute.
I just bathed in her "True Wove" for as long as I could.
The unconditional true love of young children can teach
us all something.
3 is such a beautiful and wonderful age and it goes so fast.
I really don't want Lily to say her L's correctly. I like this way
much better and I really think I just don't want Lily to loose
her youthful unconditional "True Wove."
Have you forgotten how to give unconditional true love
to the distressed sellers and prospects you serve?
If so, then you should try it, because it goes far and it builds
relationships that will build your business.
I treat every interaction with a healthy dose of unconditional
true love. It is my belief that you must speak to your distressed
sellers or prospects like your speaking to a close friend or family
member. You must have that true unconditional love.
I come from a place of unconditional true love on all of my calls
and presentations and it really matters. The people you serve will
feel your genuine caring for them and it will in turn close more sales
and build your business.
This can't be faked, you have to be real and feel an unconditional
true love for the person in front of you. It has to come from a place of
Give that person in front of you exactly what they need to
better their life. Come from a place of unconditional true love
and you will see your business sore.
Do you remember that jack in the bean stalk story told with
Mickey Mouse, Goofy and Donald Duck? Mickey is so hungry
he starts picturing Donald Duck as a cooked turkey while he is
cutting bread so thin you can see through it. Donald Duck,
needless to say, gets a very eery and disturbing feeling.
This is the image I see when I think about interactions without
unconditional true love. This is not how your distressed seller
or prospect should feel.
If you feel as though you will be living in a box tomorrow, on
the side of the street, you have to put that aside and give
that person in front of you what they need first and not
because you need it. This is unconditional true love.
I can assure you that your distressed seller or prospect will
feel this and you will be rewarded handsomely for it and your
business will grow. This has been proven to me time and time again.
I would like to add that if you are putting yourself in harms way
to serve others, that is most likely a problem as well and that is not
what I am talking about.
What I am talking about is a feeling that people get when
they interact with you.
What I am talking about is that feeling my daughter Lily gave me when
she told me she has "True Wove for me."
Give your distressed sellers or prospects this feeling of
unconditional true love and you will be amazed at how it will change
your business and your life. It did for me and it will for you.
To your continual success,
Lathe Lavada Inner Circle