Not How Do I Do It but Who Can Help Me

What’s your roadblock this week?  Trying to close sales?  Trying to finish a project? Trying to figure out a tough issue?

Why not re-frame the question.  Instead of asking, “how can I get this done,” ask yourself,

“Who can I ask help from so that I can get this done?”

Is there someone that you know that also knows your prospect and would give you an introduction?  Is there someone who is an expert at the project  you’re trying to  complete?  Is there a wise, safe sounding board for you to talk your tough issue through with?

You can sit and stew and try to figure it out on your own, but you’ll get ahead a lot faster if you start finding people who can help you get there.

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