January 17, 2017

Avoid My Hairdresser’s $5,038 Mistake

A woman’s quest for her perfect hairdresser can be more challenging than the search true love.  You think I’m exaggerating…?

I had been in deep, profound romantic love three times before finding a woman who could properly create an ideal cut for my unruly curls. 

Molly, my mane’s magician, moved away two years ago.  To say I was crushed would be an understatement.  I never found another Molly. 

Last week, I discovered through a fortunate series of Facebook events that Molly had moved back to town six months ago.  When I gasped, jumped for joy and berated her for not telling me, she said, “I didn’t want to bother you in case you had found another girl.”

What does this have to do with you?

When I teach prospecting and sales, I often hear people say they did not follow up with a prospect more than once because they “don’t want to bother” the client. 


Since when is helping someone grow their business, their market, their customer base, their brand, their sales, and their bank account a BOTHER?

If your offer provides a solid return on investment, putting more money in your pocket and theirs, then your offer is a GIFT, not a BOTHER.

By not bothering me, my hairdresser missed out on at least $1,000 over 5 months.  I am guessing I am not the only one she didn’t bother, so I conservatively estimate her losses in excess of $5K. 

My hair hasn’t looked its best, she has missed out on money. 

That is a bother.

If you suffer from “Don’t Want To Bother” sales syndrome, you’ve come to the right lady. I can teach you how to delight your prospects, wow them with your prowess, and create offers they cannot wait to pay for.

Stay tuned for a special announcement.



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