turn a no into a yes!
a guide for upping your sales
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It’s a story you probably know all too well.
You make your pitch. You think you’ve got the sale in the bag. But then the client drops the bomb with a surprising, “No, thanks.”
Maybe they tell you it’s not the right time. Or even worse, “It’s too expensive.” Ouch.
Was it something you said? Was it something you DIDN’T say?
What happened here?
The truth is that the reasons clients say “no” are numerous.
There are so many variables in the sales process that it could be ANY number of things. Sometimes the factors are within your direct control. Sometimes they’re not.
But the good new is that getting that rejection is never the end of the story. It’s simply information that you can use.
A “no” is always a stepping stone to a “yes.”
I’m going to share with you the top three reasons why the client said “no” and what you can do to increase your “yes” factor, exactly when to follow up, and how to know when it’s time to let go.
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