Unveiling Customer Deception: Validate Intentions

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TLDR Customers may lie about their interest in a product or service, so it is important for entrepreneurs to validate their statements and ask for payment upfront to determine their true intentions.

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    Falling into the trap of receiving positive feedback can be detrimental for entrepreneurs, as it may lead to a false sense of product success.
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    The perception of a product or experience may differ greatly between the creator and the customers, highlighting the importance of gathering unbiased feedback.

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    Customers may lie and give positive feedback about a product, which can be detrimental to an entrepreneur during customer discovery.
  • 😕
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    The girls didn't enjoy the toy as much as it seemed, but they didn't want to hurt the speaker's feelings.
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    Customers often claim to love a product, but it is important to validate their statements to ensure accuracy.
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    Show me how much money you have in cash or give me your credit card number, and if you love it and it does what we say, I get to keep the envelope or charge your card, which works 90% of the time.
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    02:05
    Customers may lie about their interest in a product or service, so it's important to ask for payment upfront to determine their true intentions.
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