The key to your sales success is to develop the habit of bold courage and incorporate it into your effective marketing strategy.
Being bold and courageous allows you to act in spite of fear and this means that fear can no longer hold you back.
Multimillionaire and Author of Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, T. Harv Eker tried many different strategies to achieve sales success, some of which worked better than others.
He learned that marketing is responsible for around 80% of sales success and developed some interesting yet simple tactics of his own over time.
So you can stay where you are and keep getting the same results, or you can learn here how to move beyond fear toward the successful future you deserve.
There simply isn’t a way around it…
Unless you’re an extraordinary entertainer or athlete, if you’d like to get rich, you must get good at sales.
This rings true for all professions of which artists are no exception.
And while you have to become good at sales, you have to become even better at closing those sales.
For this to happen, you’ll have to develop the characteristics required to give you that added thrust toward sales success.
Once you embrace being bold and courageous, you’ll be closing sales efficiently.
Remember, marketing is about building and nurturing relationships, and to seal the deal, there are 3 ways you can do it.
This is the best way to close a sale.
“Do you like this?”
“How does this sound?”
Asking these questions invites feedback.
“If this sounds pretty good, why don’t you give it a try?”
Deduce that when an objection or question has been answered, it equates to your prospect having made the decision to buy.
Use this way to present options.
“Would you prefer this or that?”
The likelihood of your prospect selecting one or the other increases dramatically when they are given a choice.
Obviously, the option they say “Yes” to is the sale you made successfully.
This neat trick from Brian Tracy, one of the ‘masters,’ applies the power of suggestion by getting your prospect to provide you with a single piece of information to gauge sales success.
“How do you spell your last name exactly?”
If your prospect gives you the spelling of their last name, your product is as good as sold.
It’s a very powerful tool.
Ultimately a critical quality for sales success is boldness and all your qualities are habits…
Habits of thought, and habits of action.
During our childhood conditioning, we developed fears of rejection and failure over time, because children don’t have any fears.
So we learn to become fearful as we grow up, but this also means that we have the ability to unlearn these habits.
You excavate your fear of rejection and failure by doing the exact opposite of what you’d normally do in a situation where you’re experiencing rejection or failure.
When you back away from fear, you give that fear room to grow.
In no time it will dominate your entire life and this could have a paralyzing impact.
But when you choose to confront the fear, it becomes smaller and much more manageable.
So make it a habit to do what you fear for the rest of your days.
Because in the absence of growth, death is the next evolutionary step.
With time and practice you’ll develop the habit of boldness and courage, to reach the point where you’re no longer afraid of anything.
You’ll start moving toward control of your fear when you strike at each situation that makes you feel nervous or scared.
So pick up that phone, make that call, knock on that door and ask for that order.
Whenever you’re feeling afraid, do the thing you fear.
And in a few weeks, or a few months or perhaps even a year from now, those fears will be reduced.
As your fears diminish, your self-esteem and confidence increase and you start feeling great about yourself.
Because you are nurturing the habit of being unstoppable!
The key to your success as a person and as an entrepreneur is to develop the habit of courage.
If you’d like to ensure sales success in your business, you cannot allow anything to stop you.
You may not yet have taken the time to fully appreciate everything you’ve already overcome and achieved in your life, so take a moment to do that now.
What’s once been a mountain for you, that’s become a molehill?
What have you struggled with that became easier over time?
How much have you grown as a person to get to where you are today?
You’re in the driver’s seat of your sales success and when you tackle your business with courage and boldness, you’re effectively predicting the outcome of your efforts.
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Has your Mind ever wondered…
There are a few things to consider if you’d like to ensure sales success, one of which is to nurture the habit of being bold and courageous.
Just as important as it is to be good in sales, you also have to be good at closing sales.
Here are 3 ways to close sales successfully:
The invitational close is the best way to ensure sales success as it’s a direct approach to inviting your prospect to make a decision on your offer.
The alternative close is a great way to recommend the consideration of available options your prospect has.
The information close is a powerful way of confidently suggesting a done deal.
By repeatedly doing what works and by continually practicing an effective marketing strategy with bold courage.
T. Harv Eker is no stranger to the challenges of sales success, and has developed the simplest plans to make sure you don’t have to struggle for decades to build wealth in your business.
Being bold and courageous in the face of your fears is your magic against the darkness of this fear of reaching out to people and getting them to invest their money into your solution.