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  • 1. African story telling isibongo "Everything in life is a story" Laurens van der Post.
  • 2. The first record of the word boredom is in the novel, Bleak House, by Charles Dickens, written in 1852, although the expression to be a bore had been used in the sense of "to be tiresome or dull" since 1768 Boredom has been defined by Fisher in terms of its central psychological processes: “an unpleasant, transient affective state in which the individual feels a pervasive lack of interest in and difficulty concentrating on the current activity”
  • 3.  
  • 4. AKA Boredom is not a sales strategy
  • 5. What I found out when selling HR software. It took a while to learn this.
  • 6. showing
  • 7. yet
  • 8. another
  • 9. feature
  • 10. and
  • 11. Configuration option
  • 12. won’t
  • 13. win
  • 14. the
  • 15. deal
  • 16. ever
  • 17. Hungry customers
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  • 19. menu
  • 20. Taste
  • 21. Imagining a thing you can’t see or touch is hard
  • 22. What do we do?
  • 23. Show early and often
  • 24. Research and Personalise
  • 25. Research and Personalise
  • 26. Show early - a simple taste. A fresh bread roll.
  • 27. Talk about real live customers all the time, not just in the formal sessions. Details work.
  • 28. If they want vegetables, let them order. Then bring it on.
  • 29. Put corporate stuff in the customer context
  • 30. Give the demo away. Let the customer do the selling.
  • 31. your awesome competitive advantage
  • 32. Customers
  • 33. Lots of live ones
  • 34. Tell their Stories
  • 35. & you are un beatable

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