How to Overcome Your Price Objection

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Have you ever noticed how things seem to happen together and it kinda seems like synchronicity?

Recently, I decided to listen to reggae music on Spotify while I work. I went from Bob Marley to Jah Sun all in one day. I enjoyed the vibe so much, the next day, I continued listening to Reggae music and expanding my knowledge of the genre.

That’s when, oddly enough, I got an email from a web guy focused on helping Dentists in Jamaica named Rickyle.

He had questions about sales and marketing, so we jumped on Skype for about an hour and talked. One of the questions he asked was on price. My answer essentially recapped Sandler’s thoughts on the price question. But because it’s alien to people, Rickyle still had a question about it and sent me an email. [Read more…]

How To Sell – Your First Month In The Field

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Have you ever tested yourself?

I mean really tested yourself where you pushed your limits so much you can see what you’re made of? Have you ever felt the fear that comes from doing something that permanently alters your life and tests your courage, strength, and faith?

Well, that’s what I’m going through now.  [Read more…]

A Bad Cold Sales Call

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After plopping down in my only unpacked chair, exhausted from a long day of packing and stacking boxes, the phone rings …

“Hello?”

“Hi Mike?” A girl squeaks with a very friendly, yet meek and apologetic voice. “I … I’m so sorry to be bothering you on … on Friday night, I know it’s late and I … I really apologize, but I had to call. I … I hope that’s OK?”

Have you ever spoken with someone so friendly they start to piss you off? “Sir, please, thank you, sir, so kind of you, I really appreciate your time, sir, thank you, sir, my pleasure, absolutely, perfect, fantastic, sir.

This girl was that girl. [Read more…]

How to Sell Products

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So there I was on stage at Georgia Tech along with four other area marketing experts. I was sweating. Not just because it was a thousand degrees in the auditorium, but because I was anxious about the Q&A session that was about to take place in front of 400 students, faculty, and guests.

What would I be asked?

That’s when it happened. A young lady, a marketing student, with blue hair and a black leather jacket asked me, “why do people buy?” [Read more…]

NLP for Sales: Presuppositions

Have you ever taken something someone said the wrong way?

Okay, okay, I know that’s an unfair question – of course you have!

The reason why you take things the wrong way isn’t always because you are overly sensitive, it’s because of presuppositions. [Read more…]