Talking the Talk

In Loyal Customers on July 21, 2011 at 6:22 pm

Dear Entrepreneurs,

The talkers, all they do is talk, talk, talk. They elevate your hopes only to leave you disappointed and to some extent even bitter.  Please stop wasting everyone’s energy and time. Spare me! You “talkers” are not doing me any favors by trying to convince me that you will be one of my loyal customers or promising to purchase from my business and then I never hear from you again. Try to distance yourself from people who don’t follow through with their word or who will only deliver  false hopes. They are a waste of your business’ time and energy. Maybe it is best for everyone to just to build a business through referrals which is easier said than done. However, every business can not be solely built from referrals, so if it is not your intent to become a supportive, respected and loyal customer…YOU SHOULD NOT PLAY WITH ENTREPRENEURS TIME AND ENERGY.

Have you ever had someone build your excitement level up regarding your business and you never hear from the person again? Tell your story.

Article: http://www.entrepreneur.com/blog/219702

  1. Well you know your talent and that u have plenty of supporters don’t let one or two talkers ruffle those pretty golden feathers of yours! I love you and can’t wait to see RJCOLE prosper keep it pushin boo boo!

  2. Sometimes even the talkers can be useful. Let them continue to talk and you continue to do it’s all just a part of the process.

    • I believe that there will always be bullshitters. People who just want to be on your good side as you try to grow your business, with that said there are people who can afford and will be willing to be your customer. Bullshitters come with the territory. Make sure to sale your items, especially jewelry, to people who you know are financially able. Any wealthy contacts will help. Networking in the right crowds for your product is important.

      • Dear Entrepreneur,

        There should be a bar-code on the back of the necks of these bullshitters, so they can be easily identified. I just want them to not waist my time when I could be putting that productive energy into a more promising customer, however I do agree with everything you have mentioned.

        Thank you,


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