Hello friends, in today’s, article we see the difference between rich and poor people on selling, from the book ” the secrets of the millionaire mind ” by T Harve Eker ( wealth file #8). So the most important part of the business is sales and marketing and this affects the most on business. so that’ why this difference we should know to become a rich, and we should have to acquire sellings skills. so let’s start with minor detail.
Wealth file #8: Rich people are willing to promote themselves and their value. Poor people think negatively about selling and promotion. (Difference between Rich and Poor people on selling)
so In this wealth file, the author ( T Harv Eker) explains the most important skills i.e. Selling skills and promotion. This difference in selling skills divides the people into two parts i.e. rich and poor. so if we want to reach you you should read this full detail.
to understand this in a proper manner, he gives his own company examples.
the author says, ” My, company, Peak Potentials Training, offers over a dozen different programs; during the initial seminar, usually the millionaire mind intensive, we briefly mention a few of our other courses, then offer the participants special ” at the seminar ” tuition rates and bonuses. It’s interesting to note the reactions.”
Then the author explains people’s reactions to this topic.
the author says, ‘ Most people are thrilled. They appreciate getting to hear what the other courses are about and receiving the special pricing. some people, however, are not so thrilled they resent any promotion regardless of how it might benefit them if this sounds in any way like you, It’s on important characteristics to notice about yourself.”
Then the author explains, what happens if we resent promotion and selling.
The author says, ” Resenting promotion is one to receive of the greatest obstacles to success. People who have issues with selling and promotion are usually broke. It’s obvious, how can you create a large income in your own business or as a representative of one if you aren’t willing to let people know that you, your product, or your service exits? Even as an employee, if you aren’t willing to promote your virtues, someone who is willing will quickly bypass you on the corporate ladder.”
so, promotion and selling are important skills, but poor people resent this and they become poorer, and rich people do a promotion with happiness then they become richer. so let’s understand this in more detail about this. (Difference between Rich and Poor people on selling)
then the author explains, why people hate promotion.
the author says, ” People have a problem with promotion or sales for several reasons. chances are you might recognize one or more of the following.
- First, you may have had a bad experience in the past with people promoting to your inappropriately. Maybe you perceived they were doing the “hard ” sell on you. Maybe they wouldn’t take no for an answer. In any case, it’s important to recognize that this experience is in the past and that holding on to it may not be serving you.
- Second, you may have had a disempowering experience when you tried to sell something to someone and that person totally rejected you. In this instance, your distaste for promotion is merely a projection of your own fear of failure and rejection. Again, realize the past does not necessarily equal the future.
- Third, your issue might come from past parental programming. Many of us were told that it’s impolite to ” toot your own Harn” well that great if you make a living as miss manners. But, in the real world when it comes to business and money. If you don’t toot your horn, I guarantee nobody will.
Rich people are willing to extol their virtues and value to anyone who will listen and hopefully do business with them as well.
Finally, the author gives the best reason why poor people think like this about promotion.
the author says, ” some people feel that promotion is beneath them I call this the high-&-Mighty syndrome, otherwise knowns as the ” Aren’t I so special?” Attitude. The feeling, in this case, is that if people want what you have they should somehow find and come to you. People who have this belief are either broke or soon will be, that’s for sure. they can hope that everyone going to scour the land searching for them, but the truth is that the marketplace is crowded with products and services, and even though theirs may be the best, no one will ever know that because they’re too snooty to tell anyone.
You’re probably familiar with the saying ” Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door.” Well, that’s only true if You add five awesome words. ” If they know about it.”
then the author explains how rich people love promotion and they are excellent promoters.
the author says, ” Rich people are almost always excellent promoters. they can and willing to promote their products, their services, and their idea with passion and enthusiasm. what’s more, they’re skilled at packaging their value in a way that’s extremely attractive. If you think there’s something wrong with that, then let’s ban make-up for women, and while we’re at it, we might as well get rid of suits for men. All that is nothing more than packaging.”
then the author gives examples of rich people, I hope you know about them, he is a world-famous bestselling author, I hope you will guess. (Difference between Rich and Poor people on selling)
the author says, ” Robert Kiyosaki’s, best-selling author of rich dad, poor dad ( A book I highly recommend). points out that every business, including writing books, depends on selling. He notes that he is recognized as a best-selling author, not a best-writing author. One pays a lot more than the other.
Rich people are usually leaders and all great leaders are great promoters. To be a leader, you must inherently have followers and supporters. which means that you have to be adept at selling, inspiring, and motivating people to buy into your vision. Even the president of the united states of America has to continuously sell his ideas to the people, to congress, and even to his own party, to have them implemented. and way before all of that takes place, if he doesn’t sell himself in the first place, he will even get elected.”
lastly, the author says, in short about selling or promoting.
the author says, ” In short, any leader who can’t or won’t promote will not be a leader for long, bet it in politics, business, sports, or even as a parent. I’m harping on this because leaders earn a heck of a lot more money than followers.!
The critical point here isn’t whether you like to promote or not, it is
- why you’re promoting it boils down to your beliefs?
- Do you really believe in your value?
- do you really believe in the product or service?
- Do you really believe that what you have will be of benefit to whomever you’re promoting it to?
If you believe in your value, how could it possibly be appropriate to hide it from people who need it?
Suppose you had a cure for Arthritis or Covid-19 virus, and you met someone who was suffering and in pain with the disease, would you hide it from him or her? would you wait for that person to read your mind or guess that you have a product that could help?
What would you think of someone who didn’t offer suffering people their opportunity because they were too shy, too afraid, or too cool to promote? More often than not, people who have a problem with promotion don’t fully believe in their product or don’t fully believe in themselves. Consequently, it’s difficult for them to imagine that other people believe so strongly in their value that they want to share it with everyone who comes their way and in any way they can.
If you believe that what you have to offer can truly assist people, it’s your duty to let as many people as possible know about it. In this way, you not only help people you get rich.”
then the author gives the millionaire mind activity and some declaration for us, so if you want to rich this activity, then buy this books from following image link.
So this is all about the wealth file #8 from the book, ” the secrets of the millionaire mind” by T Harv Eker.
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