I don’t know how to use chopsticks. It’s not for a lack of effort, but after years of trying to learn, it’s still not pretty.

Sales conversations can be the same way…

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  • Mike Carey says:

    Good analogy. Regarding chop sticks, in Japan at many local places you don’t have the option of forks. So, if you are going to train yourself, put the forks away. Then you have to make it.

  • Payson says:

    Love this analogy Carolyn – and thrilled you are committed to learning how to use chopsticks! 😉 As with every skill – it feels really hard and confusing when we first begin to master it (like when we learned to drive), but as you get the hang of different parts, it becomes second nature. I’m sure sales can feel that way too… thanks to you! 🙂

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