If you’ve ever wondered how to close sales in an ethical way, then you need to read this post.
With the amount of people talking about manipulation tactics and strategies, giving you a pre-written script to close sales… you think that’s the only way to do it, right?
That’s what happened to us and we just didn’t want to do it and you start to hate how you’re doing business
What if there were a way to close sales in an ethical way?
What if you don’t even have to focus on closing the sale, and the customer is actually happy to have a conversation with you regardless of whether or not they make a purchase?
We’re sure you’re wondering how in the world that could be possible.
We didn’t believe there was until Scott told us about the 4-step sales closing process he has been using for a few years now…
One that helped him generate millions of dollars in revenue, approaching over $20 million in sales in a very short period of time.
He just released a blog post going in detail about this process.
This is the dream if you hate selling as much as we do
We’re accountants by profession and much prefer to do numbers stuff
The only time we had to pitch to sell was at those business networking events and we hated it
There are no scripts, because that is now how ‘sales’ conversations should be…
Conversations will be more fun and you won’t feel under pressure.
You may get a slight decrease in sales in the beginning as you practice it… but one thing for sure is that you won’t have any of those people who will hate you after a call because of how you’ve pushed them to close the sale.
You’ll get people who were with you on the phone but didn’t purchase immediately contact you months later because they want to work with you and because of how you helped them on the call…
No one should ever be afraid to get on a call with you
If you want to know more about it, click here to check it out…
Enjoy the read and let us know what you think
Chris and Susan
PS When you see how simple it is we know you’re going to want to dig deeper and get on the workshop and see how it’s done in real time and able to ask questions and get them answered just like we did