You Tried Your Best…

What happens when your best isn’t good enough?

If an opportunity is missed, we say “you tried your best”.

Your first act is your only chance.

What if we know we can be better?

Most sales are not closed in the first meeting.

Businesses are not usually successful at the beginning.

So trying our best does not apply when we are not successful at first.

Trying our best is continuing after rejection, learning from failure and repeating.

If we are willing to learn, we can always be better the second time. With more knowledge and more experience, the first attempt was not our best. It was merely what was possible at the time.

Don’t let “I tried my best” be an excuse to quit. It could be that your best is yet to come.

Good luck and good selling!

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