January 31, 2009
Mister Po said:
They stress the main intention is to benefit your family, after all, they are selling healthcare products. This, combined with their peculiar way of gauging business confidence, and their charismatic trait, would spin off a pretty much hard-to-argue, if not rhetorical set of questions like,
“Are you confident in the products that you are selling?” “Are you confident enough to sell this to your family?” “Do you think our products can benefit people?” “Do you love your family?” “Would you want them to benefit from using our products?” “Would you sell this to your family then?
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