You’re Not Going To Sell It, Are You?
At a conference recently, this happy, more-seasoned lady named Dottie walked up to my table and was curious about the books that I was selling. To the best of my ability, I answered her questions and asked if she wanted to sign up for my newsletter. Thereby giving me permission to send her updates on my ministry, books and speaking engagements.
To my surprise, with an indignant look she stared into my eye… and said, “well, you’re not going to sell it are you?”. [This was followed by a long awkward pause.]
“Sell what?”, I didn’t understand what she meant. “You know, my email address.” “Oh, no, of course not.”
This really surprised me, because my mom (whom I’m sure is much younger) never would have asked that question.
Several months later now, I’m almost at a point where there is something that I can sell. It’s called a book. The title is Sometimes It DOES Take a Brain Surgeon. It’s intended to help people to plan, prepare, and persevere through life’s adversity.
We all have blindness. However, some of us still “think” that we can see. You’re invited to join me in this movement to help people to embrace their blindness to achieve a new vision for their lives.
This time, “Yes, Dottie, I am going to sell it – not your email address though”. Sound interesting?