The Distinct People We Date And What’s That Got To Do With Selling

What attracts you to a partner?

You’ve got a date. After a long time. You’re curious about the person you’re going to meet and have a set of questions ready. But this is all the response you get.

  • I’m nice
  • I’m a good person
  • I try to help
  • I support the people in my life
  • I’m a Brahman

…and on and on

There are many people who are nice and supportive and Brahmans in our country. *Yawn*

Now imagine another scenario where you meet people who have clearly defined passions

  • Football keeps me up at night
  • I even make samosas at home. Cooking makes me happy.
  • My favourite combo is trees and books.
  • I have an ‘all strings attached’ relationship with my guitar.

This, I imagine, would immediately put you on the edge of the chair, leaning forward, with a tilted head, listening to the potential partner with full attention.

This is exactly what the unique selling proposition (USP) of a product can do. It can excite the client about your product, which can even lead to a sale. *Gasp*. And making a sale is a salesman’s wet dream.

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