The Highest Level Of A Trusted Advisor

In a post, “Did You Know That Everybody Sells?” everyone really does sell, even the President of the United States must sell.

It all starts with the Presidential Primaries, with an individual selling themselves as a Trusted Advisor, a person who can lead the country and build confidence in the people that they can do the job.

On January 20, 2009, Barak Obama will be sworn in and become the United States’ 44th President. He was elected by the people of the United States because they saw him as the expert to lead the country and solve problems and issues. He really has an agenda that needs to be addressed and to solve the issues and problems for the people of the United States.

One of Barak Obama’s goals is to “sell” the people of the USA that his economic plan is right for the country.  President Obama must remain committed to turn our tough economic times around and continue to gain the trust of the people that his plan will work.

To hold a favorable rating as President and the people’s Trusted Advisor over the next four years, President Obama must continue to keep his relationship strong with the people of the United States by remaining honest and ethical to prevail in the highest Trusted Advisor role, that of the President of the United States of America.

You see, even the President of the United States must practice the same fundamentals of becoming a Trusted Advisor, just like you practice each and every day in your sales career.

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One CommentLeave a comment

  1. Nice writing style. Looking forward to reading more from you.

    Chris Moran


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