I love Singapore’s Hawker Centres. The food is so good and so tempting that if they were operating where I live, then I’m sure everyone would be shockingly overweight.
At one, People’s Park, along New Bridge Road next to Outram Park in Chinatown, I ventured around to buy some toiletries.
Wanting something specific, the omnipresent chains of Watson’s and 7-Eleven were unhelpful. So, with a grimace, I risked a local vendor.
Happily, he had the precise toothpaste I was after.
Then, impressing me greatly, he simply asked;
and a toothbrush…?
I willingly gave the Indian shopkeeper my dollars.
How often do sellers miss a trick. They think a link-sell question is intimidating. Intrusive. Bound to trigger a knock-back.
Yet this chap was so natural, matter-of-fact, that I bet it works wonders for him.
How can you adopt the same method?