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Forget “Possible”…Is Conscience In Selling Profitable?

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In Capitalism, selling is a fact of life.

And then someone mentions “conscience.”

Consider… Is conscience in selling possible? To what degree? Do the parties have opposing aims?

Because the whole idea behind selling is to get someone else’s money (without a gun).

And we all know, sometimes when money is involved, the voice of conscience gets a little weak…

And there are a lot of opportunities to weight the scales… To recommend more - or “load” more - that the purchaser soundly needs.

And then there’s the seldom considered underselling, also… It might be from lack of confidence… It might, however, be as eventually dishonest as outright theft is in what it ends up costing the client…

There are sooo many angles to it!

Join us as we get into a lively discussion around the theme, “Is conscience in selling possible?”

Then there’s the other important consideration… “Is conscience in selling profitable?”

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