When is it ok to use the word “TRY”?

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Monday, February 24, 2020 Under: Personal Development

I want to explain to you when is it okay to use the word try, and you need to use it for a particular reason. So the word try.

Now if you've been in personal development for a while, if you've been in business for a while, you know that everybody says, “Oh I’ll never use the word try, do or do not. There is no try.” How the good old Yoda said, and it's true. When it comes to you building a business, you should never use the word like, I’ll try to do this business, I’ll try to sell, I’ll try to recruit, try means I will fail, I just don't know when. Because actually if you think about it, you can't try anything. If I take this pen and tell you, “Try to drop this pen.” Now you're going to go and I'll say, “No, no, no, you dropped it. Don't drop it. Try to drop it.” So now you're going to take it and now I'm just going to say, “No. So now you're not dropping it. But try to drop it.”

How can you try to drop the pen? You can't, you either drop it or you don't. So same in your business, you can't try to do the business. You can't try to sell, you can try to recruit. It just doesn't work like that, right? However, this is going to be a bit higher level skill. There's a bit of psychology. The only time when you want to use try is to imply or cause doubt in your prospects mind. What do I mean by that?

So, the only context I would use try, let's say for example, I'm selling a product and a customer says, “Well, I can buy cheaper somewhere else, or I can get a cheap alternative on eBay or Amazon.” And I will go, “Well, it's up to you at the end of the day, you can get really good quality product from me with my personal guarantee and my customer service, or you can try and get lucky on eBay or you can try to see if you can get something good on Amazon.” What the word try then causes, it causes doubt in the person's head.

So, you’re only using try when you’re implying failure, or for example, if I'm speaking to a prospect, I can say, “Are you trying right now to do a home based business? Or have you tried in the past?” What that implies is that you failed in the past and I will show you the proper way to do it. So, the only way you use try is when you want to cause doubt in prospects head or you want to initiate or imply failure. So, yeah, you can work with me or you can try do it on yourself. You can attend my training, or you can try to figure it out by yourself. So, what the try does, it causes the person to stop and go, “Hmm, maybe I should actually do the thing that she's telling me to do.”

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