Wanting to inform your potential clients is understandable. The more information you give them, the better they can understand the solution you offer, and, the more you sound like an expert.
But that approach has holes. Even if you know their problem well and have the perfect solution, if you don’t take the time to listen to the customer and make them feel understood, you won’t likely get the chance to provide your solution however good it is.
More often than not, customers who are being talked at and bombarded with information and knowledge muscle flexing, are more inclined to be either confused, overwhelmed or simply irritated at not being able to get a word in edgeways.