Why A Swiss Army Knife Won’t Help You Sell!

November 21, 2013 Ray Collis
Your believe in your product means that you don't hold back in making claims about its features and functions. However, there is a point at which that can become counter-productive. In selling to today's more skeptical buyer it often makes sense to tell what you product won't do too.


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