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"As a salesperson, which would you prefer? Meeting with fifteen prospects, whom you sold on the idea of giving you an apoointment (who each probably regretted giving you one as soon as they hung up); or seeing five High Probability Prospects, who've already told you that they need, want and can afford what you're selling and will buy from you now, if you can meet certain criteria?"
"Some choice"
Does some choice mean I definitely choose the latter?
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It means the choice is quite clear - in this case the latter.

'some choice' can also be used when there is no difference between the options, usually when the options/choices are not favourable.

I can stand outside and freeze to death

or

I can take refuge in the warm cave inhabited by bears.

Some choice!


In this case, neither choice is preferable.
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Thanks, Optilang.
Got it!