Have you ever been sold to in a way that just felt...well, not good...off-putting...that left a sour taste in your mouth?
Or wondered how the heck you even ended up in someone’s sales funnel...because, frankly, you’re not interested?
Or maybe just felt annoyed watching so-and-so sell brazenly online?
It’s interesting to notice what comes up on the receiving end of sales, isn’t it?! And, this can teach us a thing or three about your sales approach and process for booking out and scaling.
That’s why I went live to dive into one of my favorite topics, selling with service and heart, and broke down three sales “rules” you can apply to sell more without the ick factor.
I shared a simple but often overlooked principle in sales that’s essential to understand if you want to book more clients (and have repeat customers and word-of-mouth marketing), the mindset that can sabotage your sales effort and how to shift this thinking to show up and sell more in a way that feels good, and my #1 sales rule I follow that’s led to people thanking me for selling to them and a booked out, multi-six-figure business.
If you’re ready to sell more and make more without leaving people feeling like they’re just numbers with dollar signs over their heads, this is a conversation you don’t want to miss!
Wishing you your version of success!
WE JAMMED ON:
When to sell, who to sell to, and when to step away so you’re showing up for your sales process and potential clients without being pushy.
How well-meant business owners accidentally create a bait and switch and the simple tool you can use to avoid this situation and ensure potential clients don’t feel like they’ve just been ‘tricked’ into buying.
How to apply this “rule” to your follow ups, so you’re leveraging this powerful part of your sales process to bring in more ‘hell yes’ clients.
What being triggered by someone selling to you can highlight to heal and shift so you can feel good selling and making more money.
The types of buyers who don’t buy and how you can turn those no’s into hearing “Take my money!”.
A common way entrepreneurs sabotage sales and a simple tip to stay out of your own way and increase client bookings.
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