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How do I NOT be a 'Time Waster?' (AKA: Giving my emails a chance to survive)Views: 292
Nov 28, 2007 1:36 am re: How do I NOT be a 'Time Waster?' (AKA: Giving my emails a chance to survive)

Dave Charbonneau
Thanks, Kurt.

Oh, I can't stand the cold-call. It reminds me of me 'employed' days. Some people love it. I love people. I almost always have positive experiences when doing it. Just don't care for it. Low joy-factor. However, you're right, it does work, doesn't it? If it's in the budget, I hire others to cold-call. Finding someone who likes to be on the phone, there's no pressure for them (they're not making a personal connection), and it adds credibility if they're simply calling to establish a time for me to call.

I've seen you around in a few posts, so perhaps you know your way around here. How do you feel about applying contact methods in an eNetwork environment?

As you can tell, I can get wordy, my gut tells me to spill a ton of info about me in an email; if they're interested they'll get back to me. However, it seems less is more, and build that relationship step by step - like a date (of course, my wife will tell you I gave all the info upfront there, too. lol). What have you found here?

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