In business you try to be polite, thoughtful, and agreeable; knowing that it’s important to get along with people and build a respectful relationship. But no matter how hard you try, sometimes you run into people that are just plain difficult to deal with. It could be your boss, a co-worker or even a customer. So, what do you do? How can you build that relationship without being a doormat?
Well, listen close, pilgrim, as Scott and Bill discuss, Dealing with Difficult People and other important issues on episode 480 of the Winning at Selling Podcast.
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