The only hindrance between success and you is that part of your mind which lies to you,“I’ve had enough for today!” Seeing the next ladder as you have climbed the one you are standing at, is the perspective a winner has. “Not interested/ He does not take calls right now” are the barriers, every market research analyst of any firm have to encounter during their journey; what matters is your attitude after you hear that! For one does not enter a job with a job title as market researcher to beg and convince the respondent over the few moments he/she gets while talking, but the only thing one needs to keep in his mind while calling and taking a survey should be that confidence which he has to possess saying, “We both are gonna talk on a point we both know that I do not know as much as you do and still I won’t let you know that. Come on!” Audacity is present in infinity and best part is no one gets to prison on stealing it.
Robinson Rodrigues, who is 2 months old caller in IBI feels that hope is omnipresent contingent on one’s insight to observe it or ignore. Modesty is something innate in his charisma as he giggles alleging me,” I get double force after I don’t get a survey, but it’s only till 7 or 8 pm” He also affirms that call opening is the most crucial part of the job that they do but very few understands it’s significance. He has his credence on Newton’s third law of motion and sees his passion in swimming.
“I was the first lady from our home to step out and become independent; my English is not as English as an English person’s, but the hard-work I do to grow in each and every manner is as efficient as a sportsperson’s, whom I see winning in the sports, he/she has a passion for!” saying that Krishna continues,” my passion is watching a sportsperson win and getting motivated from his/her’s wins. Motivation inspires me to be more passionate about things that I do in my life.”
After doing hotel management and working in Singapore for time being, he joined the calling process of IBI says Shrikant who is working since 5 months. His positive vibes touch everyone he talks to! He adds the point that there should be a creative way of putting things so that the respondent gets convinced to give a survey, if not, he doesn’t mind to come back with double “mass*acceleration”. Responsibility brings power and he uses that power to keep everyone smiling whom he carries on his shoulders.
“The more number of calls you do, the more number of surveys you get. Not getting a survey gets me frustrated sometimes, but my passion or my penchant to work at a high post in any core company dealing with Electronics (in which she holds a bachelor’s degree and is pursuing her masters for VLSI) drives her to do whatever it takes to get there.” Says ambitious Pooja who also fancies how she would someday want to hang up on someone whilst giving a survey but when reconfirmed by me she chuckles and corrects being kind that she won’t hang up at-least!
“Whether it’s a disappointment of not getting a survey or happiness of getting one, when I dial after dialing prior, it is with a hope that I will get survey during this try”, for spontaneous Mansi everything works on hope and willpower because she sticks to her target which she makes monthly, the independent girl adds the feeling of proud that she gains while achieving what she has in young age. If she is unsuccessful in achieving her target with the job, one thing from her wish list at that month shall be erased. She believes in quality more than quantity. Putting it in her words “Trying and failing is better than not trying, I do not fear anything but solely the fear of not trying kills me.”
sking him, “Are you free for few minutes?” and pointing towards the balcony for taking his survey. “Yes” he said following me to balcony. A sophisticatedly poised Premil answers my first question affirming he does believe in hope and recently had miraculous outcome with his B.com results, he bends his lips in a semicircular manner with curve downwards. For call opening he says, first impression is the last. Laying more stress on the passion part which I found unique was “adopting street dogs and giving them a better life,” canine Premil says he adopted 7 dogs back there in Jamnagar from where he is. We end our conversation when he very candidly told me he hasn’t got any perception towards life yet!
He agrees there are more uncertainties in his job and says hope is what quenches his thirst during those uncertainties. “I am never disappointed because getting surveys from a country where people are more conscious about their seconds is not easy.” He would rate his call opening 7 out of 10 and wants his call opening at the Pinnacle! He does his part of research prior to getting instructions from Project leaders. Cricket and Virtual gaming compels Ausaf Khan to give his cent percent though he doesn’t want to.
Asking for a cigarette as soon as he enters balcony,” I believe on my capabilities more than hope” says Tony who keeps hope, just while he is at work, when he dials one more call after he doesn’t get a survey and is positive saying that he makes at-least 2 surveys a day. He was passionate about playing Guitar but due to some reasons he left his only passion apart from that he has some credence like Pooja that if you want more amount of surveys you need to dial more. “It isn’t important to stick to verbatim as it is to convey yourself efficiently to the one you are dialing.”
From Robinson to Tony surveying a team which does a job of surveying 9 hours a day, this newsletter compels them to think about where they can be, from where they are and pick up the receiver and dial one more before quitting, for it is never about quitting in life but all it is solely to get better and best through all that comes