My wife and I have a used furniture store. It’s located in a strip mall that is a couple of blocks from our house. We get a lot of referrals from the other stores we go to, and we love it.
The way my wife and I work at our furniture store is that we will give a referral to a friend or family member if we think they have an in-stock piece of furniture that we want (we aren’t too picky about this). Our store also has a little bit of a discount given to people who give us their name and address. This helps us keep the prices lower. We’re also pretty generous with free shipping.
This kind of referral system works great, but it’s not perfect. People can be reluctant to share addresses and phone numbers with us because we’re such a small business. Sometimes we don’t get a referral because of that, and sometimes we don’t get the discount because the customer doesn’t list their address. I don’t know about you, but I’m not buying any of these stuff.
I’m not saying we should be giving free stuff away. The reason we are is because we know people who have the stuff we don’t. We also know people who have the stuff we do and are looking to buy it. We’re in a unique position in that we can give everyone who asks us their address and phone number a discount.
I don’t think you’ve ever met a person who’s been to a party and asked for a discount—it’s like if you asked for a discount and you didn’t know which party you were in, you just gave it to them.
As far as we’re concerned, everyone who asks for a discount is a loser. It’s obvious to anyone who comes up with a name for a discount, but it’s almost impossible to know which party it’s in. The only way to know which party it’s in is to find out who the person who asked for the discounted discount was. A person can’t really know what they are looking at.
In the above scenario, the person who asked for the discounted furniture was probably a person who actually has a job, but doesn’t actually have a job. And if the person with a job asked for a discount to hang out with them, then the person with a job would be a person who isn’t a loser.
In the above scenario, the person who asked for the discount to hang out with them would be a person who is a loser.
The person who asked for the discounted furniture was probably a person who doesn’t really have a job. Even if he asked for a discount, that person doesn’t actually have a job.
The person who asked for the discount to hang out with, was, in this case, a person who was, in this case, a loser. The person who asked for the discount to hang out with, was, in this case, a person who is a loser.