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Re: To sell anything, first be sold yourself.

Post by jtaiken on Sat Jun 27, 2009 12:40 am

Totally agree. There's just no way I could even think about selling something I didn't believe in myself. Too many individuals have tried to pitch a sale to me that I couldn't see anyone trying to do. The only reason I got involved with Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc was because I saw the true value in the company. I mean, come on, access to the top law firms in your area, the ability to know your rights fully, and now even identity theft protection all for a low monthly price. How much of a better deal can you get than that? I know that every time someone buys a membership from me and/or becomes a part of my team, I'm helping another individual protect their loved ones, save tons of money, and change their lifestyle. Now I can salute to that! :mrgreen:

Re: To sell anything, first be sold yourself.

Post by Global and Wealthy on Fri Jun 19, 2009 1:59 am

Thanks Lawrence. What I am talking about is the mindset a person needs to maintain to be successfull. In your mind you need to be the person you want to be, so your actions become automatic right actions. This means you will automaticaly do or say, whatever you need to do or say, to get whatever it is you want to have. You must imagine you are that person already so you can become that person. That means staying detached from any negative feedback so you will attract the right people. By the way, my primary product retails for $1495 so I won't be offering any free trials!

Re: To sell anything, first be sold yourself.

Post by mikorte on Fri Jun 19, 2009 12:40 am

If you think a product will benefit someone you have to see them getting results before you even approach them. Its how you ask a person something enthusiastically. An approach would be like this. What are your two biggest health concerns? They answer the question, and then you ask a second question. Would you like to do something about it? If they make an excuse like my doctor is prescribing something to them. Leave them alone!! However, if they are saying something like what is it all about. Sample them the product and say, try it, you might like it, if you don't there is a 30 day money back guarantee.

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To sell anything, first be sold yourself.

Post by Global and Wealthy on Tue Jun 16, 2009 5:54 pm

A great quote for me is that sales is just a transfere of entheusiasm.
That means no matter what you are selling, if you don't understand it, or if you don't believe in your product, you can force it on others as much as you like, but you will never have a great conversion rate.
If you feel you are selling something that is worth more to someone the the price of purchasing it, then you are adding value to that persons life, and they would be crazy not to get involved. Entheusiasm is infectious, and reduces the effort required to make a sale on a huge scale. If you are already sold yourself, you won't be making a hard sale. People will already want what you have. If they don't want it, don't waste your time and energy on negative feedback. Move on. Sure, some might need to be convinced, but that will be easy because if you're already convinced, that transfere of entheusiasm in you is tireless. You do need a good product and a great compensation plan to work with, so chose carefully. If you believe something has value in its purchase for you, it is very likely that many others will also feel the same way. The key word here is value. Is the benefit of having something, greater than the cost of aquiring it? Is the profit in selling something, greater than the benefit of keeping it?
Before making any decision in life, first ask yourself: Will this move me in the direction I want to go? Will this diminish me in any way? Will this diminish others in any way? Will anyone get hurt? If the answer to all these questions is no, then don't hesitate. It is good thing. Sold.

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