The letter U brings us a word with 2 meanings when used as an adjective:Continue reading
This week’s word is not something we hear often in this part of the world.
Is it ‘sparing’ or ‘sparring’?
It’s actually both. The two are different words. Let’s look the adjective, sparing :
The letter “R’ brings you this adjective:
This week, we bring you a word that is a noun and is used as an adjective.
We start the week thoughtfully with this adjective:
The letter O brings us a grand adjective:
The letter ‘N’ brings us
This adjective describes a person who is big-hearted, generous and noble, either with material and in spirit.
This week’s word is
To be a good in sales, you should not be pushing products and services. You should aim to solve problems by helping your customers with their pain points.
After a break of a week, we continue our adjective series with the letter k.
This letter J brings us a happy word.
The letter I brings you:
The meaning of illusory is very closed to the meaning of illusive, although not exactly the same. Both are adjectives. [See note below]
You can apply this strategy in many different situations — from sales to problem-solving to parenting.
The entire focus on consultative selling is to uncover the reasons for why your customers want to buy.
Sales guru and persuasion expert Daniel H. Pink explains how you can use motivational interviewing to influence others’ thoughts and behaviors.
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The letter ‘H’ brings you this adjective:
Imagine this: You walk into a doctor’s office and without even looking at you, he/she tells you what’s wrong with you. Pulling out the prescription pad, the doctor scribbles out something.
The letter G brings you …
This week’s adjective is
Frugal means sparing or economical as regards money or food; or simple, plain or costing little. Continue reading
This week’s WOTW is brought to you by the letter ‘e’.