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March 12, 2009 Indien 5/2-20/3 -09 , , , ,

Bangalore rockar!

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BNI, Seminarium på kvällen, BNI igen och Lite Holi (färgfestivalen när alla indier är galna och kastar färg och vattenballonger på varann)
Jag har haft det hur bra som helst i Bangalore denna gången! Träffat sjukt mkt intressanta människor. Hittat otroligt god businesspotential. Jag har fått jobba lite (förutom att jag skriver reseguider och grejar) vilket har varit riktigt skönt!
Basicly så har jag gått upp klockan 6 varje morgon och åkt på BNI-möten och från dem har jag haft andra möten med BNI-medlemmar och fått grymt mycket inputs och inte kommit i säng förrän klockan 12 och sen upp igen till nästa BNI-möte.
Sjukt intensivt har det varit!

Nu börjar jag verkligen se fram emot att komma hem till Sverige! Jag hoppas att det är något över 0 grader så att min hjärna fungerar. Bangalores 25-30 är perfekt för mig!

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    This article is ok, but has litlte to do with business. Recently our shop decided to make some changes in the accounts we handled, and when handing over a vew accounts where it was described as my fellowsalesman being the farmer, and I being the hunter I can tell you one thing. From the perspecive of the customer, they were losing out! I may be the person who is asked to take the risk , but beleive me, the customer felt like I was the one cultivating thier intrests and ndeeds. My objective was not to kill any one or anything . My desire with any business I represent is this. Know your product. Know the system, know what you can get done, and what the business will not support you on. If they will not support it, you never promise it. Then listen to what your customer is looking for! You may have a wonderful solution, but if the customer has other needs, his intrest is low until his concerns with higher priorities are met. If you do not meet those, you will no longer be at the table when his need you have a solution for becomes his next priority.Many of the customers you farm were first hunted, and if you do not approach the customer as if you are in it for the longhall, then you will never close the deal. Hunt, for the customers you want to farm you for the service you offer, and keeping thier highest priority yours.

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    Thanks for the comment, Hulk. I still beveile in farming rather than hunting. Farming has everything to do with business when we farm we are building relationships, not just looking for a sale. Each person I take the time to get to know, may or may not lead to a sale or referral. That’s perfectly ok with me.

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