Good, they said no. No is at the least a conversation. Because you got an answer. How can one take a no and make it a yes? Believe it or not; Research, research, research!!! That’s right. Researching changes the tides. When you know about what you are doing you’ll be confidant, focused and direct with your conversation. Do this through working out a chart filled with bullet-point facts to help guide you through a phone conversation.
While working someone in person you’ll still need that information. Memorize as much as you can in a fluent manor so you can converse with your intended target with ease. If you are searching for answers in your head, and out loud, then your target is searching for a way to leave that conversation. Be comfortable with talking on the phone or in person. It will reflect nicely for you while trying to get things going. Also, be aware a “no” doesn’t mean never.
Practice makes perfect. Go do open mic nights to get use to talking in front of people. Also try talking to everyone you meet in open ended conversations. Work on people you “feel” you have nothing to gain. This will make you comfortable. Of course, everyone has worth, so you’ll gain a companion, associate or another person to have alongside this life journey of yours! Know, no means they are interested… interested in moving forward…
Deadly Nights (Band)