One Sales Call A Day

September 10th 2010

One Sales Call A Day

How’s business? I know. Well, today it’s time to do something about that. Before you do anything else I want you to make just one sales call by email or phone. Seriously, do it right now. Come back to this email when you’ve done it.

That wasn’t so hard, was it? What if you did that every day without fail. Before you have your first coffee or open your mail or shower or whatever. I walk a brisk mile every morning before coffee or shower. I don’t allow it to be a question. Should I walk this morning? It’s cold and rainy. If I allowed the question, I’d find lots of reasons not to walk. So I just take the decision off the table.

What if you did the same with a sales call by phone or email. You’d get into the habit of doing it everyday. You’d make more sales and more money. Make sales a seamless extension of every aspect of your life, and you’ll see opportunities everywhere.

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Don’t Talk Yourself Out of a Sale

When a client asks you to “tell me about yourself,” don’t. Sales is about them, not you. They want to be the center of attention, even though they asked about you. You may see this as an invitation to rattle off all those key points you’ve rehearsed, all those selling points or the “elevator speech” you’ve tweaked and improved with each sales pitch. Better to invite them to talk.

Of course you can’t refuse to tell them what they asked for, but you can quickly turn the conversation back to them. And once they start talking about themselves, you have opportunities to weave your story lines into theirs.

When you’re selling a complex service like video production, you need to actively engage the client in a dialogue about their situation or business. Then you can start to explain how videos have helped others in a similar situation or business. This dialogue between the two of you can become a powerful demonstration of how you might work together.

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