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Ed world read: listen practice, prosper! Welcome to the reed method, podcast it’s episode, 41, as we dive into the sales mindset and what it takes or what it means to have a great sales mindset and how that affect your ultimate success in your career.
In today’s sales, environment and consumers are driven and are so much more engaged and educated about products and services.
It’s all about understanding how consumers think today and not about how we as salespeople, choose to sell, so we have to constantly adapt or we will fail.
If you take, for example, the late Steve Jobs, one of the greatest salesman of our time, a genius, a revolutionary innovative among many other attributes, he quickly figured out that effective selling was more about the consumers.
It was more about a becoming emotionally involved in the process.
The consumers were more emotion involved, be the solutions that we offer see the problems that we help.
The consumers solve and D was less about.
How and what we chose to sell and even less about the price.
Take, for example, the iPhones millions multi millions of these devices are sold.
If you look at the last quarter of the first quarter, either for the last four years over, seventy four million on average is sold in the just the first quarter alone, with an average worldwide sales of about 217 million Appl.
I’ve mostly iPhones and a lot of these devices are to the same people year after year who go back the additional features and line up for hours all across the world, just based on what the experience that these devices bring.
So it’s not about price as much.
It’s not about the product.
A lot of it is about the experience and I’ll explain to you how you develop the right mindset and if you understand what it takes fundamentally, you will have an ultimately successful sales career, so most clients.
Most people don’t need a new iPhone every year, but here’s a couple of questions you want to answer in order to position ourselves towards exceeding our expectations.
Do these clients really need a new iPhone year after year? Absolutely not so.
We have to answer a series of questions in order to position ourselves towards exceeding our expectations and therefore exceeding the customers expectations and, ultimately how to become top sales super achievers.
This quarter this year and beyond.
One of the questions that I think is fundamental that we answer more and more today, as the consumer behavior is shifting, is do you care for, or have a service heart to your consumers and your teammates.
So do you have a service heart? We work with your company and ultimately that resonates and shows with your consumers.
I think that’s very, very important today.
So, in order to establish the right mindset, you have to think about even with the right expertise, the right abilities, your greater success or potential is not guaranteed unless it’s aligned with a discipline mindset having the right mindset.
Rituals, I think, puts you in a prepared State and it gives you a better chance to have or exceed your own expectations and not just about surviving or get by your sales role to excel in sales.
It’s essential to maintain some core principles.
First, is you have to remain open to learning and be a student of your career sales pros, build careers, they don’t build or maintain jobs and, second, is to adapt best practices that you encounter along the way, either through formal training, mentorship or simply observing others who Are good at what they do making sure to gain more success through the effort of becoming more and if any of you listen to Jim Roni you’ll hear he mentions a lot about.
If you want to have more, you have to become more and third is to create great memorable purchase and service experiences, and what does that mean? Don’t just try to make a sale, make it an experience.
Good deals are not enough to drive, repeat and referral business.
Great experiences do – and this is what you have to keep in mind – build great memorable experiences and that will build long-term referral base and long term repeat business and the fourth very important is to add more value than anyone else.
And you have to define what value is to you.
One value means in your organization in your product in your process, define your value proposition.
One is that proposition and how is it relevant in the whole experience, so we’re going to touch on eight key sales mindset principles to enjoy ultimate sales success, the first one is: you have to choose a product or service that you absolutely love and appreciate.
There’s no point getting into a sales, career or sales position.
If you don’t absolutely love or or passionate about the product or service you offer, because if you don’t, if you’re not passionate about it, it’s going to show in Chapter one of my book, the reed method, about being passionate appreciative and confident in the product or service.
You represent so it’s vital to one’s excels and, and the reason is they’re buying you they’re not buying the product or service as much as they’re buying you so and if you’re not passionate, it’s gon na be an uphill battle, so you may already know, but we Always need to be reminded that it’s really about the experience and it’s about us.
So in the first point, which is choosing a product or service that you love and appreciate, we’ll touch on four or five tips.
A top sales super achievers are highly enthusiastic about the value and the benefits they bring to their clients.
Yes, they’re enthusiastic about the product.
Yes, they like the product, they like their their facility, they like their co-workers, but most importantly, is that they’re highly enthusiastic about the value and the benefits they bring to their clients and remain engaged with them long after the sale.
Take, for example, myself I work with Lexus, and everyone knows that Lexus is an ultimately reliable premium brand.
We sell that to an extent, but the fact that it’s already known is not the one thing that we have to spend a whole bunch of time on stress and reliability and durability.
That is known, but, more importantly, what I focus on is the benefit of the experience that comes with a reliable, durable vehicle.
What does that bring to their lives? Yes, they know it’s reliable and durable, but what does that actually mean and it’s the ability to define the experience that wins the sale and wins the long term clients? So don’t miss the opportunity to articulate the possibility of the experience and Steve Jobs souls the exodia experience.
This is what the man would get up on stage all the time and do in front of the front of the awed in the audience at his company and ultimately to the world.
He sold the experience more then he sold the features and he captured people’s imagination into an experience and that’s very, very important.
So that’s the first point, be it’s very hard to sell anything that you don’t really believe in, because that emotion can slip through and will cost you these see.
If you truly believe in a product or service, then more genuine emotion will flow from you to your prospective client and that positive energy will actually help you sell, because this is where it comes down to you.
It’s all about them.
Buying into you and D.
Is you have to study the track record of your brand or your product, not just the options, the packages? You know that you need to present, but what are the strengths of those features or benefits, or one of the strengths, for example, of the Lexus product, that I sell some models.
You have to focus more on the strengths of what they are known for and not just the features.
So it’s very important to understand the track record of your product, the track record of your company and the track record of your service.
What actually that brings and means to the consumers II is the company philosophy and structure company history is worth bragging about.
If you have a long-standing company in your in your market place or in your country, it’s important to know why their company is a long-standing, successful company, and that is important because, again, the clients are buying.
You they’re buying the reputation, they’re, buying the philosophy and the structure of your organization, so it’s very very important to know what this means take, for example, again with Lexus and Toyota, the Kaizen philosophy, the philosophy of continuous improvement.
These are all things that are embedded in the philosophy and the success of the company and many other companies again Apple, the promise and the that the products deliver, what it does for the consumers to to engage and to give them these experiences to deliver.
The experiences that they enjoy year after year, with all the features of their I devices and then F, is a final one.
It’s simply more fun to present a product that you can appreciate and back with confidence anyways, that’s why the enthusiasm will resonate with your clients.
If you love the product, you’re passionate about it, you can’t wait to tell the next client.
You can’t wait to share them, as I put it the promise that it delivers the problem, it solves your product or service solves and the promise it delivers with the grid.
Experience that they will have so that was the first point under choosing a product or service that you love.
The next is commitment.
Number two is commitment.
You must jump in with both feet.
In Chapter, one of my book I talked about your commitment.
Jumping in with both feet is how I put it, giving it your all the attention that your career deserves and keep an open mind.
So honor commitment, a is learn as much as possible.
Don’t focus on just earning money focus on creating outstanding experiences.
This is what I’ve been able to to identify that I was doing better than most in my company and why I was able to contribute these experiences that I share in a book and ultimately now in a podcast and in my workshops and my seminars that I Deliver across North America and parts of the Caribbean, it’s all about the experience and I’ve been able to get some feedback from many clients, hundreds of clients all across our marketplace, that we know that I know have have expressed how happy and satisfied or how much we Exceeded their expectations, which is what led them to make the ultimate decision, the experience they received is not what they effective, because if the competition folks is not that great, the big differentiator is in the competition is really the commitment you show and ultimately what the experience You deliver and then B is to aim to make it a career of serving others first and not just a job aim to make it a career, a sales career of serving and not just a job.
The late Earl Nightingale will tell you: your income will be in direct proportion to your contribution or the effort in delivering great service, and it took me forever just to you know, to extract late and to break this phrase apart to understand deeply what it means.
Your income will be in direct proportion to your contribution or service, commit yourself to contributing more, and you will earn more.
That was B C as an employee or a business owner.
You shouldn’t only compare or compete based on what the position in your company or your competition brings to the marketplace.
You have to complete, ultimately by the value you bring to your organization or to the marketplace so again, based on experience.
I’m sharing this with you.
I don’t compete with the other colleagues that I work with.
I compete with myself.
My goals are much higher and I focus on those.
I don’t focus my goals or targets based on what other pcs people do, and if you, if you study, Michael Jordan, you will know that Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, all these elite, cleaner athletes, according to the book by Tim, Grover relentless these athletes don’t compete with their Teammates, their levels are way too high and they’ll stand.
Their standards are so high that they only compete to make themselves better and D.
You have to rephrase the conversation and perspective about the value contribution.
Your role is making so as a salesperson, whether you’re an inside sales person outside sales person.
What is the perspective of the value contribution that you bring to the role? Do you bring new ideas to your company? Do you bring ideas to improve yourself, even if there are multiple salespeople in your role? What do you need to do to become? What do you need to change? What do you need to do, or to adapt to be more valuable even more than they are, and to earn more or take it from the Jim Rohn? Again, you have to master the trainer of trainers.
You have to become that top guy, regardless of what everybody else is doing.
Don’t pay attention to your the competition pay attention to what you can do focus on you ultimately to become the best number three, as we touch on eight principles.
Eight poor principles of establishing perfect are a great mindset for ultimate sales.
Number three is personal development.
This is something I wish I had adapted years ago ever since I started listening to tapes listening to you, no audio on my way to work.
Take, for example, the book as a man thinketh that book on audio is only an hour and a half.
I can read that book every single day and every time I read it, I learned something new, even though the book is one of the shortest book.
Written back in 1902, it is one of the best books you will ever read as a man thinketh by James Allen, pick up that book and read it.
That is all about the mind and man and how your mind affects what you do.
So you want to definitely pick that book up if you haven’t read it before and if you’ve read it already.
Two three times read it again, because I guarantee you’ll pick up a new tip.
So number three is personal development.
It is a must.
So if you just listen to some of them successful people in the world, Warren Buffett, if you ever ask him, you know, what’s the best investment you can make, he says it’s in yourself.
Ultimately, if you know this man’s routine he’s in his office for his eight hours a day and he literally read and five to six hours every single day and this guy’s worth something like eighty, something billion dollars he’s constantly working on improving himself he’s also over 80 Years old – and this is what he does – he keeps learning and improving himself Richard Branson, Tony Robbins.
All these, ultimately successful businesspeople will tell you that this is one discipline that you should adapt, because it will lead you to so many opportunities.
It will open so many doors for you so invested in yourself.
An effective, useful training is crucial to ultimate sales success.
You know again.
Warren Buffett states that the most successful investment you can make is in yourself and one of my favorites again jim rome refers to personal development as the way to increase in your value to the marketplace.
So there you have it in many ways.
Any way you want to take it from anyone, it really comes down to the same thing.
You got, invest in yourself, constantly you’re, listening to the repressive insider.
So here’s a question: what have you done lately to improve or to increase your value to the marketplace? What fundamentals and daily rituals are you practicing? You could take, for example, just 30 to 60 minutes a day.
The average person will probably commute 20 to 30 minutes to work again.
You can take the one book, for example, as a man thinketh by James Allen.
It’s done in an hour and a half.
You could literally read through most of that book, if not all of it on the way to and from work, if you download it on audible, it’s $ 6, sometimes even less and the the knowledge and the and the the type of mindset and the expertise and And just the depth of teaching that this one book will bring.
You is just unbelievable, and this is something you’re doing in that time.
No extra time you drive into work anyways listening to some other nonsense.
You definitely want to be listened to the news, because that’s not gon na.
Do you any good, but why not improve? Why not continuously learn choose choose something: choose a subject that you’re passionate about you can listen to podcast.
You can listen to this.
You can download stuff from all the different websites.
You know, there’s YouTube, there’s a million podcast now on every subject, every discipline, anything you want to learn, there’s a show for it.
So there’s really no excuse, and this you can all do in no extra time be.
Is learn more about the people and more about your business? Learn more about people and more about business, not just about the sales tactics or phony sales lines.
Here’s a phrase that I recently learned and you will actually learn this.
If you read the book again as a man, thinketh here’s one thing: I the line that kept that resonated with me.
He said men are anxious to change our circumstances but are unwilling to improve in themselves.
They therefore remain bound and women are anxious to change your circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves.
They therefore remain bound, that’s by James Allen.
In the book, as a man thinketh see, the personal development should be a lifelong process.
It’s not just dude.
For a week.
It’s not just dude for a month like I said, Warren Buffett is 80 plus years old he’s worth you know, almost a hundred billion dollars with, as you know, multiple mega million-dollar, multi-million dollar companies and it’s been a lifelong process for him personal development.
He constantly is improving his skills and learning more about these companies, personal development.
Folks, it’s a way to access existing skills that you don’t even know you have you.
You know you have skills, you have great talent within you.
This is what reading listening.
You know, study and brings out it identifies those skills that you already possess: the qualifications and the qualities that you have that you’re not utilizing so dive in and learn more about your real capabilities, because every one of us is capable of so much more and D Is to identify your self-actualization, which is the ability of reaching your full potential by becoming everything you’re capable of becoming in customer skills in yourself in team management, in communication in sales and follow-up skills, sales effectiveness is about relationship, building, relationship strategists and many other skills that You will learn simply by investing more in yourself again there’s so many personal development tools that no one should have any excuses: YouTube books, podcasts audio books, seminars, workshops, online courses, listening your car or listening at the gym, jog and walking shopping okay.
So there you go, folks did no more excuses.
Number four is value.
I love this one.
What does it mean? You should always compete by adding more value than anyone else, and what does value mean? Value is not just about the cheapest price.
The lower price throwing in more stuff given away the farm value, the biggest part of the value proposition, is in you.
What you deliver, what you bring as part of the transaction.
Are you the trusted? One? Are you the go-to person? Are you the one that they can count on for analysis for feedback for demonstration for presentation? If there’s a problem, are you the one that they’ll refer their friends their family, their kids? Do then, you know if people are calling you and referring you all the time? Referring you other clients and asking you questions you’re, that go-to person they like you’re, bringing more value you’re more valuable to them.
They don’t call anybody else.
They call you and that’s like when you know you’re more valuable.
So you need to compete on under number four, which is value, add more value than anyone else a is you need to compete, based on the ultimate value of the experience that you create, not just the price again, if you go back to the iPhone example.
What’s the average price of one of these devices about a thousand dollars and how many do they sell again about two hundred and seventeen million annually over the last four years, so that you have to ask the question why they’re expensive, not everyone can afford one, but People who even can’t afford it buy them by the millions, and they do so because of the perceived value that the device brings so Steve Jobs would present these products on stage and the rest of the world would do what they would line up the next day.
To be with, ultimately the first ones to receive the product because they want the experience of the new product and in the first day they would sell two to three million in the first day, all because of the experience and the promise it delivers and be your Competition compete based on value proposition, not by the pain it relieves or the need you fulfill, but the various promises that it delivers.
So clients walk in today into my showroom.
For example, they’ve had an accident, the car is breaking down, they need another car families growing.
Whatever the circumstances is, that’s a problem, that’s a problem they’re looking to solve, but what I do is try to deliver on the promises of getting the new car, what problems it solves and what the promise that the new product delivers.
So that’s how you want to focus your commitment and build value at the same time, so you need to do a better job, articulating your value proposition and that values in the product, the values and the service.
The values in you see is people, don’t know what they really want, sometimes until you show them so you need to be better at your craft.
You need to understand your product better, so that you can, when you listen to your clients and prospects, you can identify key opportunities, opportunities of value that you can say here.
Let me show you this here’s, how this helps you here’s the problem, this solves! Here’s! The promise that this delivers, so the value proposition, understanding and articulate in what your company or your product can deliver great salespeople folks, they’re evangelists to consumers.
You evangelize in your product, your service and be master.
They master great presentations.
Your presentation is not just about the product or the facility.
Your presentation and proposition is in you.
So keep that in mind, first and foremost and II.
What about value is in your process? Do you understand what about value is in your process? Do you listen? Do you simplify? Do you cut to the chase? Do you deliver value? Do you keep the clients time in mind because people are busy and the person that can deliver answers and deliver solutions, valuable solutions in a short time? That’s value you save in people time.
So that’s very, very important is to understand what is important to the client and for those of you who listen to Tony Robbins, here’s something on the value proposition.
If you add the value to the client, you will become the brand find a way to add more value than anyone else.
If you become, if you add more value, if you add more value, you will become the brand because they are coming to you, they’re not coming to the building they’re coming to the person, that’s helping them out and that’s so vital in today’s fast-paced move-in environment and Number five is goals: goal-setting forms the basis for success.
You have to plan to accomplish the goals.
What’s the point of getting up and going into work, if you don’t have goals, if you have no idea of what your goals are for that day that week, how many people you’re gon na call how many people should you follow up? How many propositions you do send proposals? How many vehicles are how many products are Harmonie homes? You look into sell this month next month for the year.
This is important, or else there’s no point even leaving your house.
You have to have these goals realized and set and prioritize the night before is typically when most top super Theora set goals.
Is there right these things down the night before so four goals to be realized? They must be realistic.
They must be implementable, measurable and flexible, and you have to reanalyze yourself about seven bigger goals and having bigger results.
What’s realistic for one person may not be realistic for the other, but over time bigger goals can be achieved by anyone if you work at it.
So let’s talk about some criterias of goal, setting goals set in.
Do you need to have these specific goals? You must be able to answer what you specifically are trying to accomplish.
By setting these goals, is it an income level? Is it the amount of sold homes? Is it the amount of deliveries in vehicles? Is it the amount of service work orders? Is it the amount of calls you make, and why is this goal important to you? If you have these goals, you have to understand or know why it’s important to you, because if it’s not important to you, you won’t be able to follow through next.
They need to be measurable.
Your success plan should be short, simple and to the point, and should start with a sales forecast or sales target.
Then you need to create a detailed breakdown, whether it be by numbers, monthly, weekly, daily, the amount of products, whether it be annual income monthly income.
You need to break it down so that you know you know, okay, how many calls I need to make today how many people I need to see you today how many deals I need to close today how many proposals I need to get out today or this Week in order to get the feedback or get get the sales air, that’s how you measure goals, you’re listening to the repressive insider, I have income goals that I set and it’s broken down.
I even have my annual forecast for my personal income based on.
However, how many vehicles I sell, how many courses I teach and the amount of income I get, and it gives me my average and my projection for the year.
So I have an idea of where I’m tracking at all times see your goals must be relevant or realistic.
If your goal isn’t realistic and they mean much to you, you won’t truly accomplish them.
Do you truly have the capability offer of achieving these goals that you set? So it’s important enough if it’s important enough to you that you will realize and dedicate the effort required.
So if you want, if you were selling only one home well, the average sales are real realtor three to four homes a year.
But if you want to be one of the top 20 %, you won’t get there overnight.
You’ll have to set out a plan, and you’ll have to go from 3 to 10 to 2230 and eventually now you’re, due in three a month instead of three to four year.
So these are, this is a process involved, and so that’s why it has to be realistic, implementable, measurable and you have to be committed to it and take it step by step and the realization.
In your success plan, you will identify in the progress that you’re making, because the success lies in the progress.
The progress is, what pulls you through to the end to ultimately the bigger goal and D is the timeline to be successful.
Every goal-setting plan must include a detailed timeline of each target that you’re setting forth so again how many this week, how many next month, you know.
Whatever you got the picture, your sales plan and timeline should be at your fingertips at all times.
My sales plan is right on my desktop on a spreadsheet.
My Excel spreadsheet that I started out with is now six and a half years old and every month is in the bottom tab for the last six and a half years and here’s another thing about goal.
Setting when I started set my goals on just a four column spreadsheet on Excel, I had no clue how to work the formulas or how to set up the formulas on an Excel spreadsheet.
Today I master that I’ve got formulas all over the page.
I’ve got a huge sheet that looks like I’m running a multi-million dollar business that that identifies everything that I’m doing and the point there is.
If you start with the basic and you, if you remain consistent, you will improve, you can learn and you will become a master at it, no different than any skill that any goal this it will just naturally evolve because every month you think of something different.
You create an average, you create a formula to track it, you learn so that’s goal.
Setting and number six is follow up.
So this is where a lot of sales people fail is in the follow up process.
You can read books just on follow-up.
You can see.
Statistics on Google and all over the place just unfollow up, because the average sales first and quits after the second time and most don’t even follow up in the first place.
So, following up after the initial need in our call, is a crucial practice that most salespeople miss even after they’ve established next steps.
Many sales are lost right here, because the average sales person does not follow up effectively.
They don’t even know what to say when they follow up and that’s where they lose the clients.
They’ll ask silly questions like have you made a decision yet and you’re just asking for a no by asking such a dumb question, so every workday, you have an action plan and strategy to guide you through the day towards these follow-up goals.
Most salespeople react to the traffic sales calls or leads.
They don’t execute a follow-up plan, they just react and whoever calls or whoever shows up, but they don’t actually have a plan to follow up the people that they’ve already spend time with.
Therefore, creating a more consistent funnel, so how many calls and emails are you gon na send out today? Do you have that plan under the follow-up section, which is number 6a, is how many calls and emails will you make by the end of the day this week? This month, when you do these calls and emails or what’s the timeline, that’s most effective, you have to gauge the times.
That’s more important.
No, don’t don’t be calling people at dinner time.
They don’t like that’s gon na frankly, and all anybody so choose the time or research the times or ask for the time that’s best to follow up when you need it and engage in with these clients.
A great question to ask is: what’s a better time to followup with you? Is it after 7:00 and is it during the day? Is it on your lunch hour, etc? So, you’ve established this there’s an open line of communication.
When will you contact or follow-up when you would this be today or tomorrow, so you have a list? Who will you call today? Who will you follow up with tomorrow? There’s always a constant flow, and without this plan you simply can’t start to make progress.
So this is becomes part of your strategy.
You have to have files and folders and lists, so you can segment the priority of your clients.
This is what follow-up is about.
It’s not just as basic as who you remember to call that day.
There’s lists this files, these folders, these emails there’s a whole strategy to follow up.
Okay and you don’t stop until they die.
You don’t stop until they’ve bought something.
So you never stop following up after the second, because a client or a prospect haven’t made a decision.
You always keep going but progressively you don’t want to annoy them.
So when you followup with clients, you always have to progress.
Is there something new, that’s a benefit.
Is there something better? Is there a new product? Is there a new service? Is there a new way of acquiring the product or service that works better for them that you want to inform them about, and that’s what follow-up is it’s not just about? Have you made a decision? It’s about here’s something new follow-up could be as simple as sending a link to some new features and benefits, that’s follow-up, and then you send an email or a phone call and said hey.
What did you think about the article I sent you and that’s how you engage people because you’re thinking about them, they see they realize that you haven’t forgotten and you’re thinking about them and that’s vital so number seven here we go.
There are almost at the end of eight principles, of a successful sales mindset.
Number seven: is you got to shut up and listen folks, a lot of salespeople talk their way out of a deal and, as I wrote in my book and you’re, better off listening your way into a sale, then talking your way out of one.
So be a good listener.
It’s a vital skill to develop in your quest for sale.
Success, listen carefully to understand your if potential clients needs and wants then convey feedback.
That’s how top performers close more deals and make higher incomes, they’ll, listen craft, a plan and then convey constructive feedback.
They master the art of the conversation.
This is point number eight under listening fashion.
The art of conversation by listening intently to the client’s needs, desires, emotions and better prepared and are better prepared in crafting a resolution or a response, be there’s a crucial stage.
Once you pass the greeting stage with any client and are engaged with your client, whether it be at a showroom in your office at a desk or out in the field, then it’s time to practice.
The most important discipline take notes, ask questions and shut up a lesson see.
This is where you begin to win clients after you have listened.
You begin to win the clients, trust right here by listening carefully to their needs and when they see you making notes and asking questions and reconfirming or Rivera find what they meant.
This gives you credibility because they say yeah.
This guy’s listening to me he’s writing down all my important requirements, he’s taking valuable notes, he’s understanding what my needs are.
Therefore, he’ll be able to craft a better plan, so you’re, invest in the proper time.
So listening is crucial.
Listening folks is where the clues are to the sale, because it’s usually found in the feedback that you get from the clients and then the last one is II.
Give your full attention and listen to your clients: don’t be distracted by cell phones going off all over the place.
Gadgets going off, give your clients the full attention that they require that they deserve.
That’s how you listen effectively and attentively and respectfully that’s building value.
The one that’s listening, taking notes getting feedback engaging with the clients, understanding what they really want is the one that’s more likely to win the sale because you’re building value along the way and the final step in the principles for having this ultimate sales mindset, thus winning Sales mindset is 8 action.
There’s no point doing all of this.
If you can ask for the deal, you have to take action, you have to act by showing value.
You have to act by doing a proper presentation of demonstration.
You have to act by doing the follow-up, you have to act by being committed, you have to act by engaged in in personal development, and you have to act in delivering to your consumers.
The delivery is where it’s at so you’ve done.
All these great things as we’ve covered in this episode, 41 of the reed method, podcasts we’ve actually been covering the depth of the sales mindset.
What it actually means to have a great sales mindset in order to enjoy ultimate sales success and number one we covered.
First, choosing a product or service that you love and appreciate number two: we covered commitment.
You have to be all-in because clients will resume if this will resonate with clients.
They’ll know if you’re not fully committed number three, we definitely personal development.
You have to be committed and invest in yourself.
Daily constantly have a constant growth mindset.
Okay, four is add more value than anyone else.
As Tony Robbins says, if you add more value, you’ll become the brand people would want to trust.
You they’ll follow you wherever you go.
Number five is goals.
What are your goals? Do you even have goals? Are they written down somewhere? They should be right accessible to you.
Instantly income goals, sales goals, whatever criteria should be accessible and it should be implementable, measurable, etc.
Number six is follow up.
This is where most sales are lost, sales, people don’t have the mentality or the strategy of proper follow-up.
They don’t know what to say they make one follow-up call and they’re done.
Because first question is: you know hi, it’s Owen, so call and have you made a decision and you’re gon na get it? No, that’s not the way to do follow-up and number seven is action.
No number seven was shut up and listen.
This is very important.
Listening is where the clues are to the sale.
It’s vital, listen, take notes, show the clients that you’re attentive asked valuable.
What I call high-value questions, because the clues to the sale is in the information that you get from the clients and yes, the final one number.
Eight is action.
None of this is worth anything unless you take action.
Action, action, action in the commitment, action in personal development action in listening action in commitment action in choosing a product or service that you love and appreciate action in goals; an action in action.
So there you go folks, it’s been a pleasure delivering this episode to you, the reed method inside a podcast episode 41 on eight success, mindset, principles, sales mindset, principles that will ultimately deliver you sales success in this 2018.
This quarter this year and beyond so stay tuned for additional episodes coming up as we dive into more personal development, we dive into more sales strategies, tactics we’ll be having a lot of guests on up coming from Silicon Valley, a lot of major startup companies and a Lot of thought, leaders who can bring us so much great insight on so many different disciplines that will be valuable for you to improve your sales career, your business profession, your bottom line, profit improving yourselves, so I thank you very much for listening to the three method.
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