By Tibor Shanto – email@example.com
In Part I and Part II of this trilogy we looked at context, and how there is more to voice mail than just the message and getting a call back. So now it is time to reintroduce the technique. I say reintroduce, because I have shared it before, and as you may have gleaned there was some push back and even more misunderstanding of how and why to execute it.
I suspect that there will be push back again, and I invite the challenges and feedback of all quality from all sources. The one ask that I do have is: try it before you knock it, a few times, give yourself a chance to succeed. Try it the way it is presented, no variation, no improvisation. If you do improvise, and it works for you, great, share what you did, we can all learn. If you do improvise and it does not work, I refer to the small print, which basically states that we stand by our method, good luck with yours.
What’s in Your Pipeline?