Dating man busy with kids ways to be more intimidating

There’s this concept I learned about during a terrible seminar I wish I never attended.

That is, he had nothing useful other than this one particularly fantastic idea.

He called it “consultative selling.” He said every business owner should train their staff how to do “consultative selling” over the phone.

In turn, gradually becoming a “too-busy-for-marriage couple” is entirely possible, especially in today’s hustle and bustle society.

And while being busy is not necessarily a bad thing, being certainly pulls two people apart, especially spouses.

A busy marriage looks like a stay-at-home spouse prioritizing cooking, cleaning and tending to outside-of-the-home errands.

A busy marriage looks like a man or woman going into work early and coming home late at night.

A busy marriage looks like a person consumed with volunteer work in an effort to achieve their philanthropic goals.

A busy marriage looks like a parent who is taking their kids here, there and everywhere, from school to after-school activities to sports on the weekends.

That leads to a natural conversation where you can point out that you have the perfect product or service to solve the particular problems the customer brought up.

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