For those who are struggling but don’t know how to start in elevator sales


   Once upon a time, there were two hungry people who received a gift from an elder: a fishing rod and a basket of fresh and huge fish. One of them asked for a basket of fish, and the other asked for a fishing rod, so they parted ways. The person who got the fish used dry wood to set up a bonfire and cooked the fish on the spot. He wolfed it down, and before he could taste the aroma of the fresh fish meat, he ate up all the fish and soup in a blink of an eye. Soon, he was Starved to death next to an empty fish basket.

    The other man carried the fishing rod and continued to suffer from hunger, walking hard step by step towards the seaside. But when he saw the blue ocean not far away, the last bit of strength in his body was exhausted. He could only pass away helplessly with endless regrets.

    There were two more hungry people. They also received a fishing rod and a basket of fish as gifts from the elder. But instead of going their separate ways, they agreed to go looking for the sea together. They only cooked one fish at a time. After a long journey, they came to the seaside. From then on, the two began to make a living by fishing for several years. Later, they built a house, had their own families, children, built their own fishing boats, and lived a happy and healthy life.

      A person who only cares about immediate interests will eventually get short-term happiness; a person who has lofty goals must also face the reality of life. Only by organically combining ideals and reality can we become a successful person. Sometimes, a simple truth is enough to give people meaningful life inspiration.


    A works as a white-collar worker in a joint venture company. He feels that he is full of ambition and is not appreciated by his superiors. He often thinks: It would be great if one day I could meet the boss and have the opportunity to show off my talents! !

    A's colleague B also had the same idea. He went a step further and asked about the boss's commuting time and calculated when he would probably enter the elevator. He also went to take the elevator at this time, hoping to meet the boss and have the opportunity. You can say hello.

    Their colleague C goes a step further. He learned about the boss’s struggle in detail, found out the school where the boss graduated, his interpersonal style, and the issues he cared about. He carefully designed a few simple but meaningful opening remarks, took the elevator at the planned time, and said hello to the boss several times. Finally, I finally had a long talk with the boss one day, and soon I got a better position.

    Fools miss opportunities, wise people seize opportunities, and successful people create opportunities. Opportunities only come to those who are prepared. The word preparation is not just talk.

 

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For those who are struggling but don’t know how to start in elevator sales

Once upon a time, there were two hungry people who received a gift from an elder: a fishing rod and a basket of fresh and huge fish. One of them asked for a basket of fish, and the other asked for a fishing rod, so they parted ways. The person who got the fish used dry wood to set up a bonfire and cooked the fish on the spot. He wolfed it down, and before he could taste the aroma of the fresh fish meat, he ate up all the fish and soup in a blink of an eye. Soon, he was Starved to death next to an empty fish basket.     The other man carried the fishing rod and continued to suffer from hunger, walking hard step by step towards the seaside. But when he saw the blue ocean not far away, the last bit of strength in his body was exhausted. He could only pass away helplessly with endless regrets.