I talk ignorance and my screening process
I don’t ask for much from you
I enjoy writing emails to you each day
And providing you with value
And things that you can take away from my emails
To apply and learn from
I know that my emails have helped hundreds of women
To make small changes to their bodies and mindset
And they feel healthier, happier and more confident for it!
This is what gives me a warm fuzzy feeling…
Warning RANT ALERT
So when I offer FREE coaching calls as a bonus
I expect my time to be appreciated and respected
I don’t think this is too much to ask, please tell me if you think I am wrong!
Recently I have had a speight of people booking calls
And either being unavailable at that time when I call
Which is annoying but I am prepared to give the benefit of the doubt here
Putting me on HOLD during the call WTF???
This happened not once, but 4 times in the same phone call…
Or simply just ignoring me completely
What the HELL happened to common decency and respect?
If you don’t want a call, don’t apply for one PERIOD
If you change your mind and want to cancel – tell me
Don’t just ignore me until I give up
This is incredibly rude
And I don’t work with rude people
The point of a these phone calls is to add value to your life
To give you a chance to chat with me and gain something from me
And get to know me a little too
If further down the line you decide to work with me – superb
But you can bet your bottom dollar that I won’t work with you if you’ve screwed me over
I am screening you too
This is a two way process
If you can’t respect my time on the phone
I don’t believe that you will respect my time in the gym
Thus I choose not to work with you
If this attitude offends you
If honesty offends you
If being told ‘how it is’ offends you
Are you getting the idea?
I don’t want people in my business or my life
Who don’t have the common decency to respect me and my time!
That is a deal breaker
Nicola ‘angry, not hangry’ Rossell
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