Who will win the fight?
Ladies and Gentlemen!
Here comes the most controversial match of 2009!
The opponent in the purple corner is When I Need It and in the green corner is Before I Need It.
These two contenders have very different styles of combat and have battled for decades to resolve the age old question of “Which way is better to attend education programs?”
One look at the faces of these two adversaries tells a big story. Before I Need It is calm, composed and smiling. There isn’t a hint of nervousness. This fighter is floating like a butterfly and stinging like a bee.
When I Need It, however, appears panicky and uptight, circling the ring anxiously. This fighter just met a new buyer with specific needs beyond the education level of this fighter and unfortunately classes on the needed subject have already taken place. Also, license renewal is just around the corner for this fighter and time is running out.
On the other hand Before I Need It attended classes on the subject in question a long time ago and has already coasted through several transactions. Actually, this contender is armed with other valuable knowledge that will help with the unique needs of future buyers, too. Things always proceed smoothly for Before I Need It because classes and workshops are attended (wow! you guessed it!) before they are needed.
In a contest like this the winner is usually easy to predict. The odds are definitely in favor of Before I Need It when it comes to either license renewal classes or special-topic workshops. Before I Need It is always well versed, ready for anything, comfortable with a changing market and has more CEU’s than needed for license renewal.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
The winner and still Champion of the World is - Before I Need It!
Happy sales to you until we meet again,
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Posted on Fri, May 8, 2009
by Jan Pringle