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Inwhen I decided to quit my corporate job I had a major problem: While I was good at selling in print, I not only sucked at selling myself over the phone or in person - but I loathed it beyond belief.
Writing persuasive copy for other people's products was fun and enjoyable. But to stand in front of a potential client - and get him to hire me - was sheer torture. I think there are several reasons why I'm uncomfortable with face-to-face selling: I'm an introvert - shy - so it's hard for me to open up to strangers.
Back then, I felt there was something shameful about selling yourself - and that if I was any good at my trade, clients would just hire me without me having to "sell" myself. I hate cold calling and dislike having a lot of meetings. I much prefer for prospects to come to me already presold on me and my services, rather than me going out to them to convince them to retain me.
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