These S will get you ahead of the 96% of other sales people:
Being able to understand how people truly feel it's powerful.
If you master empathy, you will know exactly what to offer people.
Capturing important details by actively listening is key.
Often times, leads will tell you exactly what they need. If you listen closely, you will offer exactly that.
The ability to convince people to trust what you are saying.
Mastering persuasion will allow you to live a better life in general.
Every day, we try to persuade people to believe something is good or bad.
Start doing it intentionally.
I graduated in Psychophysiology - the understanding between mind and body.
Best decision of my life.
While working 6+ years in lie detection, I am now capable of predicting what people will say or do in given situations....
Great salespeople are great listeners.
You will close more if you spend 80% of the time listening and 20% asking questions.
Confused people don't buy. If there's an inch of doubt in your voice, you'll probably lose the sale.
Learn how to handle all common objections beforehand.
If you want others to value your work, value yourself first.
There are 3 sales critical errors:
is a good fit"
Would you like to know the sales strategy I used to get to 87% closing ratio?
This clearly means, 9 out of every 10 deals is mine.
The problem is, most people start their conversations like this: "Hey, what's up, this is my offer."
Other people start their conversations talking about the weather.
Unless you're selling them an umbrella, save that one for later.
Both of these ways will lead you to a "No, thank you".
Your prospect cares about unique treatment & understanding, not generic scripts and salesy techniques.
Use the sales call strategy to ace a sales call & best possible closing ratio.
Instead of talking to a common for all people topic (the weather), find a unique interest you share with the prospect & an opportunity to complement them!
Example #1: 'James, did you catch the football game yesterday? - Man, I told you we were gonna win'.
Example #2: 'Elle, before we dive in, that...