Why would someone resist something that is FREE?
For the last couple of months, I have asked many people the same question. Lots isn’t a survey of one but instead at least 20.
If someone offers you something for free, do you automatically say no? Do you sometimes get curious and wonder why it is free? Once you ask more questions and discover that it is genuinely free and a massive benefit to the offering company, do you say YES? Do you follow the advice of others, which is the safe way of going, or are you willing to take a chance?
We now live in a very skeptical society. Gone are the days when you trusted someone until proven otherwise. The business development cycle has gotten longer while the opportunities are smaller.
So that is why I am putting more effort into QCsolver. QCsolver is an affordable solution for supply chain challenges. We are now looking to people and companies with similar values to ours to help grow the business.
Doesn’t it make sense that more opportunities with shorter decision cycles could help reduce overhead costs?
My goal with this post is to establish a dialogue and get feedback. Insights and examples would be appreciated.
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