The world of last-minute deals is a wild and unpredictable one. A game of cat and mouse. The stakes are high and the pressure is on. If you come out victorious it’s a feeling like no other. But if you lose it at the very end, it’s a depression like no other.
In this video, Sahil talks about his Best and Worst last-minute deals. The best one was where the buyer went beyond their call of duty and went to the extent of finding a free WiFi of Starbucks to sign a contract, just because they were treated well and had an excellent relationship throughout their buying process (doing good for others is always a good strategy).
And the other, a missed slam dunk. Where the customer signed the contract but sneakily changed the pricing on the contract. And then claimed that they were being duped. Which led to a long legal battle and let me tell you, it was not pretty.
Last-minute deals are a game of high stakes. With the right approach though - you can come out on top. But remember to always have a backup plan. Because you never know when the rug might be pulled out from under you.
What’s the Best and Worst last-minute deal you’ve had?
PS: Do check out other videos from this series: