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3 reasons nobody likes pushy sales people..


3 reasons nobody likes pushy sales people..




You ever go somewhere and the sales person pestered the hell out of you? Yea? Me too!

Remember how you felt? No? Well...


NOBODY likes pushy sales people!

Here's why...



1. It's not about what you want, it's about what they want..

Forgive me for being a little forward, but you're the least important part in your whole transaction. It's not about what you want. After all, you're not the one with the money. You don't make the decision. Ask lots of questions to see what you can do to meet THEIR needs. Then, meet or exceed them..

2. People don't like to be sold, they like to buy...

Ever walk away after buying something and didn't feel good about it? If so, what are the chances you'll do business there again? Nobody likes to be convinced to do anything. People want to make their own decisions. Help them. Let them come to the conclusion that they NEED to buy what you're offering..

3. They want to do what they want to do...

Sales isn't being pushy. Sales is helping the customer do what they'd like to do! You create an environment for them to buy. People are going to do what they want to do anyway, sales people should help them. Let the client do what they want to do, they'll do it anyway. You'll get paid handsomely...

Let's get to work..




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