So it is pretty common that when you need something; a resource, a person, a restaurant review, etc you can spend some time online doing some research. As part of this, it is pretty common to ask friends for their recommendations. Yelp, Trip Advisor, Angie’s list, etc are nice but I much prefer to trust friends from various places than strangers. Now people have always been doing this but they likely asked them over the phone or while at a social gathering. Plenty of people still do it this way and many, myself included, have added in using Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to also gain some insights. It’s still cool to do both but not necessary.
So in the iconic sales based movie Glengarry Glen Ross the scene emphasizing “Always be closing” stands out as a signature moment;
Although the scene itself(**Some language, not for everyone) is brief the message it portrays decades of sales attitude. Good for the rest of us that those decades are over and people much prefer to buy then be sold.
Then, of course, there is this;
About all this line, made famous here **some language** Coffee in my world is for OPENING.
Opening ideas for further development