Instantly boost your sales without the hard-pitch.
We weren’t all meant to be the Wolf of Wall Street on a sales call. Discover how to lead your prospects through a refreshing two-part consultation process that uses specific subconscious triggers to organically show them how we’re different and why working with us is a “big yes”
Stop worrying about weeding out the tire-kickers. The long application forms, elusive calls-to-action and discrete “apply here” buttons work great to make sure only the people who are “really serious” land in your calendar...but if your calendar is starting to collect dust bunnies? This will give you the confidence to sell to anyone, not just mrs. moneybags
Get rid of the gross-markety-stuff. You can’t trick anyone into working with you no matter how eloquently you “overcome” their objections. This is your permission slip to stop discounting your rates, stalking them on social, or following up with them 47 times because you were told that “the fortune is in the follow up”. There, doesn’t that feel good?
Free yourself from the sales-script. Ever botched a consult because the script you were using didn’t “fit” the conversation or “flow” quite right? Yeah, me too...hundreds of times. This provides simple scenario-specific play-by-plays so you’ll always know what to say next (without having to follow robotic scripts that feel clunky and totally confusing)
Give them something no one else has. Don’t be surprised if they call you a “jedi” - you’ll make your prospects feel seen, heard and understood more deeply and completely than they have ever experienced before. You’ll give people a new way to view their struggle and you’ll show them that you are the guide they have been searching for.
Start to actually look forward to your consults. I’m not saying it has to make your top 10 favorite things in the world, but wouldn’t it be nice if you actually looked forward to consultation calls, had fun talking with your prospects, and welcomed difficult clients as an “interesting challenge” instead of writing them off as “not really ready to commit”? This will show you how..