Listen into a short interview with Thomas Roberts of TR Studios as we discuss selling for startup entrepreneurs:
You’re not alone if you feel really awkward when it comes to closing a sale. Many ‘treps have a cordial conversation with their prospect and then flub up the close. It’s not unusual, but it IS preventable.
Have you ever heard the saying, “even a blind squirrel finds a nut”?
This describes the majority of startups when it comes to making sales. Thankfully you’re not a blind squirrel (whew!) and your blind spots can be easily corrected.
So take a breath and just watch.
How far will you go to succeed in your business?
What are you saying ‘yes’ to? What are you saying ‘no’ to?
Who are you saying ‘no’ to? (Hint: If you think it’s anyone other than yourself, reconsider the way you’re viewing it.)
(Sorry for the noise! It’s an airport, after all…)
You know the kind of days I’m talking about. One of “thoooooose” days. Argh.
Tell me what makes YOU feel better when you’re having “one of those days”.
Do you ever find yourself repeating yourself or trying to convince your prospect why they need you? Please take note…
If you’re talking long, you’re selling wrong.
In this video I share some tips for taking the “long” out of your conversations and engaging your prospects to improve your sales results…and avoid being shown the proverbial door.
(It’s not what you think.)
Since the dictionary definition of “sell” doesn’t reflect how I teach my clients how to get their own clients, this is my effort to find the words that better describe my approach.
|Do you feel resentful about how hard you are working, how much you are helping and how little you are making?If you answered “yes” you are not alone.
The good news is that it’s possible for you to break free from this trap, learn how to charge what you are worth and fill your business with people who are ready and willing to pay your full rate.
That’s why I invited my friend and colleague Melanie Yost, from Awaken Your Entrepreneur, to share her knowledge about:
The Psychology of Undercharging: Breaking Free from the Trap of Reducing your Rates
Melanie is a Business Mentor for Helping Professionals who specializes in teaching heart-centered entrepreneurs how to create a mindset for making money while making a difference in the world.
In this call she shared:
Listen in on an interview with Kay Ballard, host of Women Are Not Funny radio. That’s about the biggest misnomer that Kay could choose for this fun radio show that she uses to entertain you.
Click to grab the recording & listen in to our conversation.
P.S. Here’s her intro to the show…
Carolyn Herfurth knows how to have a meaningful conversation and has skillfully used that skill to advantage in more than two decades of incredibly lucrative sales success—both in corporate America and in business for herself. She launched The Biztruth to help solo entrepreneurs get comfortable having a sales conversation so they can make more money and have more fun! And to save herself the sadness of seeing entrepreneurs who are broke, frustrated & desperate.
After helping launch nearly 100 businesses, what’s a girl to do? In Carolyn’s case it was to honor her love of performing by boldly parachuting into the mercurial world of improv and standup comedy. And to leverage what she learned in improv training to encourage solo entrepreneurs and others to join her in embracing the certain unknown. Is Carolyn ready for an intentionally accidental conversation with Kay? Is being the featured guest on Women Are Not Funny Radio the next best thing being a standup comedian headlining a big Las Vegas show? Listen in to find out!
Let’s face it, most of us really like the idea of “do what you love and the money will follow.” But what about when that’s just an idea… and you’re doing, doing, doing what you love, but somehow that money isn’t following? Together, Bryn Johnson, Tambra Harck & Carolyn Herfurth share with you very practical, real-life ways to take your passion for your business and love for what you offer AND make the connections and sales that help you share your brilliance while getting paid.
P.S. The interview will fire up after a brief video commercial. Just hang tight.