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Using Two Magic Words


When writing or communicating with our prospects, our choice of words is front and center. We describe what we’ve been offering successfully to others. We note that their situation is very similar to that of the customers we’ve already helped. We leave the door open for a phone call or a sales meeting. These are the building blocks of a three-sentence solicitation, for example. Similarly, there are multiple nuances to crafting an elevator pitch or writing a successful one-page proposal.


All that said sometimes it’s the details that can make or break your message. This weekend check out a quick read on Inc., which suggests how the smallest changes can have a huge effect on reaching a potential customer. Your success could hinge on something as small as using a few magic words. What are they? You’ll have to read to find out. (Spoiler: they aren’t adjectives.)

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Posted by Mark Jewell