aragorm1976 wrote: Hi Valerie, I see your point. But I think she was an ignorant in that situation, and missed a pretty damn good offer. Maybe in 5 months a friend of her was going to marry, and then she could have had a bright new dress to wear, that she even did not pay for.
You GOT IT!
The friend did NOT tell me why I NEEDED the dress!
-Save it to wear to a wedding, party, special event at some point
-Give it to one of your daughters
In that scenario, IF the friend at told me why I needed the dress, I would have got the dress.
Here is a real scenario.....
I told a fellow I met on Facebook about ClixSense. I did not tell him right away. I got to know
him a little bit first and I had mentioned ClixSense to him before but briefly mentioned it, that
was all. A couple things stood out about him....... that he lived alone, that he is retired, that he
he enjoys fishing, that he goes fishing most weekends weather permitting and that it can be a
little expensive going fishing often. I then one day explained ClixSense to him and told him
why he needed ClixSense. I explained that he could make enough money through the week
to cover some of his fishing expenses. Guess what? He joined. He was in fact very active
for almost two years. Then he met a lady on Facebook, got married, and I he is not active
here any more. He was actually very appreciative. One of the first weeks of joining he made
$10.00 and said it was more than enough to cover a six pack of beer and a container of
So my point is, often you have to tell people WHY THEY NEED it.