Monday, March 11, 2013


Excerpt from the book To Sell is Human by Daniel Pink

Upserving means doing more for the other person than he expects or you initially intended, taking the extra steps that transform a mundane interaction into a memorable experience. This simple move - from upselling to upserving - has the obvious advantage of being the right thing to do. But it also carries the hidden advantage of being extraordinarily effective. 

Anytime you're tempted to upsell someone else, stop what you're doing and upserve instead. Don't try to increase what they can do for you. Elevate what you can do for them.


Sounds absolutely interesting.
(Something similar to Gandhian principle I guess)


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