05 Apr '18, 1am

Frustrated S’porean gives tips to lurking financial consultants, S’poreans concur https://t.co/7FP4REZBQv

Frustrated S’porean gives tips to lurking financial consultants, S’poreans concur https://t.co/7FP4REZBQv

Financial consultants are such an integral part of the Singapore landscape that they might soon have their own starter pack — a crisp shirt/ polo tee, lanyard, clipboard, and opening lines of “Hi are you a student?/ Can you help me do a 2-minute survey?” Advertisement But one guy had enough of their ineffective sales tactics and decided to offer some advice, tickling more than a couple of his fellow Singaporeans. This is his Facebook post: Injected with a healthy dose of humour, most of Liu’s advice revolves around, well, not pestering the unwitting passerby who is clearly not interested. Here are the pointers Liu provided: – Don’t force yourself on people (yeah, applies here too) – Don’t hide the fact that you’re trying to sell people something – Gifts don’t work Instead, for Liu, it’s better to: – Pass a brochure to the person, even if they reject you — he/she might just...

Full article: https://mothership.sg/2018/04/financial-consultant-feedba...

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