Don't make inflated claims or promise the moon
and stars in a mass e-mail, and people will more likely respond to your message.
Be wary of PEO contracts that promise the moon
; the reality is that the courts and administrative agencies have established some clear guidelines about risk transfer.
-- Medicalsoftware salespeople have been known to promise the moon
-- Medical software salespeople have been known to promise the moon
Few products can promise the moon
and deliver it, especially to a naturally skeptical bunch of builders.
Bush likes to promise the moon
, as he did when he pledged to eradicate global terrorism.
A lesson for all is to know if your product is truly suited to the industry and client it is supposed to serve before you promise the moon
Don't promise the moon
. Offer to help enlighten a client as to the future's possibilities, but never promise to predict it.
In an age when most musicals promise the moon
-- or at least an airborne helicopter -- it's refreshing to see a show with as few pretensions as Tommy Tune and Sandy Duncan's "Two for the Show." This revue was stitched together from the remnants of "Easter Parade"; Tune and Duncan had been working up a live version of the 1948 film, with hopes of taking it to Broadway.
They can promise the moon
, but Joe Sixpack is not going to believe they can deliver the moon."