Simplicity Exposed Pure Usable Content, No Sales

24Jul/1522

Getting Real, Baby!

1meeting people

I love, meeting new people each day. Right now, I have walked a distance from home. To the local library. I have meet several people, just doing that. Who would know, that one knew my only and older brother, Wendell. I was amazed, at how he spoke in respect and excitement. You could feel the real emotions flow, from his words.

 

That is what we all want, from those we know. Just to have them, share with someone. They know of you. How, helpful you are and patient. You get the idea. So, why do we not remember. When, we get excited about some service, that helps us. We are so eager, to share it with others. Yet, never stop and think it out. That can backfire, most of the time. No one wants to be pitched!

2thoughts

May we find the time to really give thought to our presentations. Also, the most important part, is timing. Yes, we feel the need to jump and push this or that. Yet, if you take your time and listen to each person, share their daily challenge. Then, figure a way to help them. The next time you connect, would be perfect to share what may enhance, their lives and business. Keep it transparent. The experience will, feel good to them and yourself.

 

Yes, we all have motives. Let us try to keep our reasons to share something, real. Not focusing on money, pressure and fear. Like most people, who have no clue in marketing. It is not something like being a car salesperson. Pushing you to get in and sign. Pushing you to do all the things, you said you would not. No offence to Car Salespeople. Just making a point.

 

3helping othersSo, take our time to help others and allow this to be our focus. Motivation, would be the good overall feeling. You have walked someone through a challenge. They appreciate you more. You have opened a door. Which,  will soon be used for ethical reasons. Once you miss with someone and take advantage. That will stay part of you name, reputation. You will never, have anyone realize. Who you are and why you love, to serve others. Just sharing valued things, that work in your life. Compared that to, gathering products and programs. Just to push on people. Information overload is the result. When, you do what you do for money? It never last long.

4 your choice

 

The choice, is always yours. Just take it from me. The more you love helping others. The better your life is going to be, in all areas. Hey, what were you doing prior to catching the bug, to be an entrepreneur? Keep doing that. Until, you find your core passion. Which, helps others. Then, you have something to grow. One day, you will  leave. The activity you are doing, to produce revenue. That is how it works. Time and patience. Learning each day and have many advisers.
Thanks for stopping by. Please, get involved by sharing your perception. We value your presence and welcome a contact even just to talk. I will always extend my support in any area you find a challenge. Never asking you to put money in my hands. I live to serve and expect nothing.

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  1. Brother Bill, it’s great to see so many posts back up on your blog again. 🙂 I like the new look, too.

    Yes, it’s so much better when people get the importance of helping others rather than just being in business for themselves. So much better for both sides!
    Willena Flewelling recently posted…What’s in a NameMy Profile

    • My empowering friend, Willena. What a warm superize with your visit and support. Yes, thanks you about expressing the new look and getting more content to help people.

      May we push for a change in giving more quality information. That has no hidden agenda for others to join some crazy program or pitch a product. The day will soon come. Remember, WikiLeaks ? I just finished reviewing the longest journal on their amazing ride.

      Thanks Willena, for inspiring hope in so many of us. That testimony of your life, priceless!

  2. Great inspirational words. Yes, timing is everything, and we have to suppress our natural tendency to say what we think when others are talking 🙂
    Bill Davis recently posted…List Building 101 Tip #52 — Offer an Incentive – Internet Marketing MuscleMy Profile

    • Bill, the more we keep ourselves out of the equation. The easier live seems to get. We must make a choice to focus more on others and their needs. We give from our hearts. We get unlimited knowledge and respect.

      I have made a choice to live for giving to others. There is no more greater gift than love, brother. I make it a point to try in keeping up with so many demands of others. Yet, learning to walk them through their challenges vs solving them. That is what change my whole life around.

      Thanks bill for helping us keep it real.

  3. William,

    I have learned, and continue to learn, just how important it is to ask and discover what people want. Instead of pushing your product or service on as many people as you can reach, focus on the few people who might really be interested. Then invite them and watch the magic happen.

    Warmly,

    Dr. Erica
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  4. Hello William. I really like that you put the focus on listening to others and figuring out what they need. Then, like you said, perhaps a time will come when you can mention how you can help them from a business perspective if need be. This is, of course, all easier said than done! I’ve encountered many business/sales people who just want to “hurry” a sale along and don’t put enough focus on the customer needs.
    Karen Peltier recently posted…Manifesting Grace Through Gratitude: A Free Online Meditation Program by Deepak Chopra & OprahMy Profile

    • We all fall short of being perfect. Yet, upon each new day. We can pick up the challenge and get it right. That is the amazing thing with our lives. Choices.

      You are a great supporter Karen. I appreciate your sound advise. Thank you for your continued support.

  5. Great insight Bill. No doubt that serving others will only improve our own lives. That is not always the easiest perspective to see but once you try it out the benefits are undeniable.
    Matthew Pfau recently posted…Law-Firm-Themed Birthday Party?My Profile

    • Matthew, you live it. I know in your line of business. Serving others from that heart of yours. Is the only way to accomplish great results for you clients. You really have it all with being able to listen and discern, through all their challenges.

      You are a great, miracle worker. Making things happen from bad situations.

  6. great post Bill!
    And man you are so right about serving first!

    It truly is the long lasting lever, that will open the
    door of opportunity incredibly wide!

    But it will keep up as well!

    What a great approach you cultivated and mastered mastered my friend!Great job!

    You serve as a fantastic example for us all!
    Mark recently posted…How To Earn Money:Why Extremely Savvy Entrepreneurs Know And Understand It’s About Ownership!My Profile

    • Mark, you are to kind!

      We all have to find our own rhythm with others. Once you have a core passion that can benefit others. That is your key. None of us have the same. Yet, the end results may come together from time to time.

      Mark amazing insight and thank you for keeping me humbly.

  7. I agree wholeheartedly, Bill. Sometimes the hard part is working out what other people do want and how you can be of value to them.
    Sue Bride recently posted…10 Ways to Find and Keep Your Ideal Facebook AudienceMy Profile

    • That is always the case. When, you actively listen to others. Seeking to hear what is really needed vs. wanting. You can gain more insight on walking them through a solution. I can always place something I love to be the solution to others challenges. It is natural and easy when not trying to think for others.

      Thanks Sue, you make it all worth doing.

  8. Hi Bill, you are right in that many speak too soon and too much, when excited about sharing something. It’s much better to listen and find out what the other person wants, rather than keep talking, especially when the other person isn’t ready to hear about it.
    Julieanne van Zyl recently posted…Healthy Baby Boomers Network and The Stones ExperienceMy Profile

  9. William, You always write such beautiful posts filled with inspiring ways we can be of service to benefit and help others! I really appreciate this post and totally agree with you when you said “if you take your time and listen to each person, share their daily challenge. Then, figure a way to help them.” The more you help others the better you feel and the more your life improves. Thanks so much for your wisdom!
    Shelley Alexander recently posted…The Blissful Benefits of a Good Night’s Sleep and How You Can Achieve ThemMy Profile

    • Shelley, thank you for all the supportive words. You encourage me to keep moving forward with a positive attitude. We make choices every minute. Why, not make the choice to put others in front of yourself? Things given from the heart is better received. It also feels strangely amazing.

      Thank you Shelley, for being a friend and supporter here. You help vast number of our readers. Most have not gain courage to interact on our subject matters. I pray this will help them share their perspectives.

  10. You are so right the most important in sharing something is so tht we help someone else. You show the relevance in daily life. Once done out of love to help then it does not become a chore. Thanks for the share.
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  11. Hello Bill, Great share my friend! Getting Real! Oh yeh nobody likes to be pitched to HUH? It is a whole lot easier to just BE REAL! Be Yourself and see where it goes Right?

    Loved this post. Thanks for sharing
    Chery :))
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