Tag Archive: sales training

Sep 22

Can you be successful in a home business if you are introverted?

A lot of people wonder can you be successful in a home business if you are introverted, and in this post I cover some reasons why being introverted doesn’t dictate your success at building a home business. Are you using being an introvert as an excuse for not taking action in your home business? One …

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Jun 23

You need to be using me too statements in your business presentations and avoid not me statements

A lot of people unknowingly turn off their prospects in their business presentations or while prospecting, and the major cause is not using me too statements, and instead they use a lot of not me statements. The difference in a me too statement and a not me statement Being agreeable and interested in what people …

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Apr 15

How To Increase Sales By Using Educational Selling

A lot of people struggle with sales and they come off as being a pushy salesman, but one of the best ways to avoid this and how to increase sales is through educational selling. Why Educational Selling Is A Great Strategy On How To Increase Sales All too often people give the impression of being …

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Jan 17

Are You Being Agreeable When Your Prospect Has Objections?

One thing I really used to struggle with while closing in network marketing was being agreeable first with my prospect when I had to overcome an objection. Don’t put people on the defensive while you are overcoming objections in network marketing A lot of people tend to close too quickly after they get an objection. …

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Dec 29

Are you throwing too many right hooks in your marketing?

Most online marketers seem to only pitch and never provide any value, as Gary Vaynerchuk would say that’s way too many right hooks and not enough jabs in your marketing. Too many right hooks or sales pitches will push people away form you not attract them to you Are you building any value with your …

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