How to have a happy ending — yes, even you.
No, I’m not talking about oriental massage parlors today.
Instead, today we’re going to wrap up our series on story-telling, which we started earlier this week. We’re going to finish with why your story must have a happy ending.
The answer is simple: As Thoreau said, “Most men lead lives of quiet desperation, and die with the song still in them.”
See, ultimately, at the tail end of every sale, what you’re offering your prospect is “hope.” Hope for a brighter future, hope for a better tomorrow, hope they’ll make money, be healthier, live longer, get in better shape – whatever.
The bottom line is, if your prospects don’t feel that some aspect of their tomorrows are going to be better than whatever they’ve got going on right now, then you’re facing an uphill battle you’re not likely to win.
So even if the story you’re telling has a less than desirable ending, show your prospects that somehow you (or the hero of the story), has managed to find the silver lining amongst the clouds, even though he or she (or you) had every reason not to.
Be the bright ray of sunshine Thoreau said we’re all missing.
And then laugh all the way to the bank.
Now go sell something, Craig Garber
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