How often have you been to a networking meeting or conference and the speaker has made an offer at the end of their talk? All the time, right? And then you have a brief period to time to decide what to do. But choosing which ones are right for your business and which ones are right for your business, right now can be a daunting task. And if you are prone to the bright shiny objects syndrome, you can get sucked in very quickly to purchasing things that you may not need. Or may not be ready for right now or that might not be as good a deal for your business. So how do you choose what to walk away from and what to take advantage of?
Have a game plan.
So, if the offer fits your budget, gives you what you need, you have a good rapport with this person or company, the offer has potentially good ROI and it’s something you can take advantage of now or in the near future you are good to go. Take the offer. If you answered no to any of those questions. It might not be the right offer for you right now. And that’s OK. It doesn’t mean that you’re not dedicated to your business. It means that you’re making well thought out educated decisions about where you are headed and how you need to get there.
By: Amy Matthews, CEO, AMI LC
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