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Problems vs Opportunities

What are your problems? Problems are money. Every problem ever solved on this planet is an opportunity. The bigger the problem solved, the richer you become. You need to pick your problems rather than get stuck with them. Be the creator of your problems, not the receiver. I always tell people to look at their problems as opportunities because one of the most basic truths in life is that problem-solving is success. If I have problem customers (people who give me a hard time during the buying process), or dissatisfied customers (people I have sold but are unhappy about what they received), then I know this is where I can create the most ardent admirers. If I show that I am willing to go above and beyond where my competitors decide to stop at, my customers will be the people who are more likely to be sold and more likely to buy from me because I have exceeded any and all of their expectations. Obviously, I don’t want every one of my customers to be problematic, but what it comes down to is this: if there’s a problem, my success is reliant on my ability to provide solutions for them. Problems are your opportunities!

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