Episode 408: Ghosting in Business is Not Good

Show Summary

Rob Cairns talks about not ghosting in business.

Show Highlights:

  1. Why ghosting is bad for business?
  2. How it is unprofessional.
  3. How ghosting does not build relationships.

Show Notes

Hey, everybody, Rob Cairns here. In today’s podcast, I really wanna spend some time talking about ghosting and. Business and particularly where I wanna talk about is when somebody reaches out to you or your company and says I’m interested in you and your business. I think a little bit we need to clarify. I don’t always believe that you have to answer cold emails or cold calls. That’s just the way it is. But if somebody reaches out to you and says specifically I want you, I want your product, give me a price. If you’re excuse me if you’re not interested, take the time. Very simple. After they send you that press and say, Sir, I’m not interested. I don’t want. Think we’ll be a good fit. I don’t think we’d work well together. But tell them exactly what. You’re thinking. Don’t just leave them hang after you’ve gone to them and said I’d like suppressing or I’m interested in your services and forcing them to follow up 10 times. I know that’s people’s nature. They get *****. But the problem is it should also shows a lack of respect. You’ve gone and asked a business owner for something they’ve given you what you asked for and then from then on in you go dead and they don’t know what to think. So please, please, please don’t go service. Providers in business actually say to them. Hey, I’m not interested. Hey, I’m not ready to make up my mind. Hey. It just didn’t fit for me. Hey, it’s not right for me. Answer them. Show little respect. You might need them one day and not. And respect goes a long way. Rob, Karen, standing there. Remarking. Don’t go show some respect in business. Have a great day. Bye. Bye for now.

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