Imagine a world where you no longer have persuade your prospects, be pushy, or feel sleazy when it comes to sales.
In this world, your prospects can literally sell themselves!
Sounds too good to be true, right?
Guess what!? It’s not!
This can be your reality by simply learning the subtle sales principles that Ross Jeffries has created and put in his most recent book, Subtle Words that Sell.
The very first thing you need to do is stop calling yourself a salesman or saleswoman. Instead, Ross suggests you start calling yourself a Decision Service Technician or DST, for short.
The reason this is so effective is because you should no longer be selling your products or services, but rather selling good decisions that bring about good feelings.
People are distracted and don’t want to dive into the data. They want you to activate the part of the brain that allows you to believe and suspend disbelief (kind of like I did in my first sentence).
You have to remain vague and encourage your prospect to ask any questions that come up as they go through their time with you.
But it’s not *quite* that simple. In this episode, Ross and I discuss his new book and the 6 subtle sales principles that he recommends you follow in order to get your prospects to start selling themselves.
We’re going to show you the exact phrases you can use to allow your prospect to persuade themselves to buy. Your search for sales techniques can end today!
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If you struggle to sell your prospects on what you do because you get too involved with how they’re feeling about your product or service, it’s time to remove the empathy! Learn how in THIS WEEK’S BLOG POST HERE!
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