If you’ve been following my blog, you know I’m been commuting back and forth between Kansas City and Torrance, CA.
6 trips down, 4 more to go!
I work out at a gym near the hotel which is owned by a former bodybuilder. He’s not just an owner or a manager.
I was asking him tips to lose weight and he gave me 2 main points:
1. Stay away from dairy, sugars, and wheat.
2. If you can’t find it in the forest, don’t eat it. (Example, potato chips = no, potatoes = yes)
Again, he happens to be a bodybuilder who owns a gym. You can tell by physical appearance he’s for real. Plus there’s a tons of pictures up on the wall of his gym.
Is his advice trustworthy? Credible? Of course it is.
How about you? When you’re selling to new prospects and giving sales advice, how do you come across?
I’m Ray Ruecker with Connect 5000.