I call a firm that provides software for legal firms, anticipating a conversation, perhaps leading to a meeting downtown.
In less than ten seconds I am stiff-armed with a “No, Not Interested!”.
I’m puzzled. How can this be? You don’t know what I do.
Figuring that I have nothing to lose, I persist.
“Do you produce software for legal forms? Yes? So do I.” Is my thrust for three questions.
Finally comes the “Send me an email” and I will.
But my mind thinks that there is not much future with an organization that dismisses potential opportunities without even hearing what they are about.