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Negotiate to a YES

I’ve covered the first four steps of the selling cycle.

The fifth step is how to handle objections and turning a no into a yes.

Somewhere during this negotiation, whether it’s online or offline, you’re going to find that someone is going to say no.

They might say that they don’t have any interest in what you’re offering. Or, they don’t have enough money.

People will say “no” because they don’t understand or because they have Little Voices going on all about it.

Your job is to have the skill to turn a no into a yes.

How do you do it?

Through acknowledgment and asking questions. Learn how to handle the psychology behind the objections, which is just say “thank you” to everything.

Somebody says it’s too expensive? Thank you.

Somebody says you’re an idiot? Thank you.

You have no idea what you’re talking about? Thank you.


And then, you ask questions.

Why do you feel that way? What are you comparing it to?

Many people can’t sell because they feel terrified of public speaking. Any kind of public speaking is greater than the fear of death for most people.

Why?

Because they feel exposed.

If they mess up, everyone will see it. And it’s not so much about messing up but the embarrassment that follows. That’s what people are afraid of.

When someone says no, just remember this formula:

When your emotion goes up your intelligence goes down.

That means you’ll want to keep your cool, say thank you, then ask questions that may make them change their mind.

You’ll be more than ready to handle someone saying no to you and you’re not going to allow your emotion to go up.

That’s all there is to step five – objection handling.

And you can use this formula to turn a no into a yes.

 

If you want know the secrets to negotiate to a YES, online or offline so they trust, love, and respect you within minutes, I’d like to invite you to click here >>

 

The Game Starts With You

I’ve been doing this for a long time. And if there’s one thing I’ve noticed it’s that the word “sales” tends to freeze people up.

I hear a lot of people say that they don’t like sales. 

They say stuff like, “I don’t like to sell” or “ You know, Blair, I’m not made for sales.”

The main reason why people say all these crazy things is…

That’s right. Fear of rejection.

But in reality, it’s not so much “rejection” that you get in sales. It’s “objection.”

In sales, you may get people who object to certain things. But, your mind turns those objections into rejections.

It’s what the little voice in your head thinks.

The real issue in rejection, objections, and all that stuff has very little to do with the content of what you’re trying to sell. Or what they’re objecting to…

The real issue is what’s going on between your right ear and left ear.

If you can get past those little voices, you can turn those “nos” into “yeses.”

Imagine if you could just turn 20% more. That’s 20% more income without doing any extra work.

But you’re like many businesses, you’re leaving a lot of money sitting right on the table. 

Why?

Your conversions aren’t where they need to be.

Whether you’re going from call to appointment or presentation to close, you’re leaving money behind.

It’s the same thing online.

The only difference with handling objections online is that you have to anticipate what the objection would be. Then you can address it upfront in your marketing copy or your video.

But, the game starts with you.

If you’re afraid that you can’t deliver. Or, you have reservations about overpromising, you have a couple of big problems.

The first involves you going back to your business. Fix whatever it is that bothers you and gives you reservations so it’s not a problem anymore. You need confidence in your business.

More importantly, though, you have to get rid of that little voice, because the objection starts with you. And, you project it onto your customers.

It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Your fear is something of your own making. And, one of the main ways to combat that fear is to address that little voice in your head.

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GET STARTED The toughest sale is selling you to you. When I finally understood that, within 48 hours my sales went from zero to doubling my sales quota. Blair Singer I feel more confident than I believe I ever have. My little voice doesn’t stand a chance to hold me back anymore. Rick FallsInternet Marketing Consultant He is a great communicator, great teacher and great human being. Like he says, when it comes to winning, it’s all about mastering your little voice. Robert KiyosakiAuthor of Rich Dad Poor Dad – teacher, entrepreneur and friend for 27 years. I was able to increase my personal achievements and most importantly my professional sales by a staggering 1000%. It didn’t take long with these amazing tools to get out of the ditch and reach a level of easily being able to sell a product worth $2,000 within the matter of days. I am now using these very tools to work on adding another “0” and increase my game further by learning how to control and work with my ‘Little Voice’. Bettina HorvathBusiness Owner and Single Mom Previous Next

The #1 Reason Why Objection in Your Head Is Ruining the Sale

You’ve got to get rid of the objection – because the objection is starting with you, and you’re projecting it onto your customers. If you’ve been in sales for a long time, you know exactly what I’m saying. A lot of times you can see rookie sales people on the phone or dealing with prospects, and they are creating themselves at the other end of the phone. They’re taking their objections and putting them out there in other people’s minds.

https://youtu.be/YsUYvSmRuGc

For example, if you’re sitting there going, “Oh, I hope they don’t object to price, I hope they don’t object to price…” Guess what’s going to come up in the first two minutes? Price! It’s going to come up as an objection. Or “I hope they don’t think that we’re a pyramid scheme.” You are doing network marketing, what’s going to come up? Pyramids – almost magically. If you’re thinking about it, it’s going to come up. But, if you get it out of your head first, it may show up, but a) rarely is it going to show up and b) if it does, it’s going to be no big deal.

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GET STARTED The toughest sale is selling you to you. When I finally understood that, within 48 hours my sales went from zero to doubling my sales quota. Blair Singer I feel more confident than I believe I ever have. My little voice doesn’t stand a chance to hold me back anymore. Rick FallsInternet Marketing Consultant He is a great communicator, great teacher and great human being. Like he says, when it comes to winning, it’s all about mastering your little voice. Robert KiyosakiAuthor of Rich Dad Poor Dad – teacher, entrepreneur and friend for 27 years. I was able to increase my personal achievements and most importantly my professional sales by a staggering 1000%. It didn’t take long with these amazing tools to get out of the ditch and reach a level of easily being able to sell a product worth $2,000 within the matter of days. I am now using these very tools to work on adding another “0” and increase my game further by learning how to control and work with my ‘Little Voice’. Bettina HorvathBusiness Owner and Single Mom Previous Next

Doing What You Love in Business (and How To Find It)

Doing What You Love in Business can be a life-long journey for many.

In this video, Blair Singer answers a great question that was asked: “I want to find out what I really like doing.”

He outlines steps to take when getting started in business to find out what you enjoy doing and what you will be really good at. He tells us to look back at some the main events that have changed the trajectory of our lives and look for the lesson that keeps coming up. When we start to connect the dots of all these past events and the message that keeps coming up, we will find something that we really love to do.

Spiritual gurus say suffering is resistance and resistance is suffering. This means that maybe we are resisting something that we don’t like to do, but that which we are resisting is actually holding us back from figuring out what we truly love to do. The question “why am I doing this” is one that we should be asking ourselves every single day.

We are all put on this earth to do something great, we just need to find what that something is.

Now more than ever the world needs leaders, make sure you’re one of them!

https://youtu.be/_zDgSEYca1E

Ask Questions to Close

I used to be in your shoes. A long time ago, I struggled with closing. I had a little voice telling me all the reasons why I couldn’t do it.

But you know what?

I found that if you lay down the proper foundation, closing is a natural end to a conversation.

Let me tell you what I mean by that…

There are certain basic elements that must be in place in order to close a deal. If you have these basics down, closing is more like arranging to deliver goods than closing.

Why is that?

Because if you’re laying down the basics correctly, you’re priming your customer for closing.

Here’s a breakdown of what it should look like:

Assess Needs Accurately

First, you need to show an understanding of where they’re at in their world. You do this by restating their problem.

Why is this step necessary if the client told you their problems?

Restating the problem helps both you and the client to focus.

The person you’re talking to has a million other things going on in their life. But when you articulate the problem you bring the focus back to you. It also helps you focus as well.

Ask Question to Close

All of your conversations with the prospect should set you up for closing. And that includes the questions you ask.

So, it’s not enough to state a problem. Follow it up with a question like, “Do you recognize this as being a problem in your business?”

The prospect’s response may be something along the lines of, “Yeah, Of course.”

You can also ask questions like:

Is there anything you’d like to say about that?

Does this make sense to you?

These are trial close questions. They get the person to start saying yes and agreeing with you. But, that’s not all.

The questions also allow you to see if you’re on track.

Solution or WIIFM (What Is In If For Me)

After all that, it’s time for the solution you have configured for them. But don’t stop there.

Try framing the solution in two parts: feature and benefit.

The feature may include creating metrics and understanding where the numbers come from. But the value or benefit comes from maximizing the areas they’re already good at and coaching them in the weak areas.

Take these basic, but necessary steps and closing is just a matter of delivering the goods. With your trial close questions, they’re already saying yes.

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Fear of Rejection

I’ve been doing this for a long time. And if there’s one thing I’ve noticed it’s that the word “sales” tends to freeze people up.

I hear a lot of people say that they don’t like sales.

They say stuff like, “I don’t like to sell” or “ You know, Blair, I’m not made for sales.”

The main reason why people say all these crazy things is…

That’s right. Fear of rejection.

But in reality, it’s not so much “rejection” that you get in sales. It’s “objection.”

In sales, you may get people who object to certain things. But, your mind turns those objections into rejections.

It’s what the little voice in your head thinks.

The real issue in rejection, objections, and all that stuff has very little to do with the content of what you’re trying to sell. Or what they’re objecting to…

The real issue is what’s going on between your right ear and left ear.

If you can get past those little voices, you can turn those “nos” into “yeses.”

Imagine if you could just turn 20% more. That’s 20% more income without doing any extra work.

But you’re like many businesses, you’re leaving a lot of money sitting right on the table.

Why?

Your conversions aren’t where they need to be.

Whether you’re going from call to appointment or presentation to close, you’re leaving money behind.

It’s the same thing online.

The only difference with handling objections online is that you have to anticipate what the objection would be. Then you can address it upfront in your marketing copy or your video.

But, the game starts with you.

If you’re afraid that you can’t deliver. Or, you have reservations about overpromising, you have a couple of big problems.

The first involves you going back to your business. Fix whatever it is that bothers you and gives you reservations so it’s not a problem anymore. You need confidence in your business.

More importantly, though, you have to get rid of that little voice, because the objection starts with you. And, you project it onto your customers.

It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Your fear is something of your own making. And, one of the main ways to combat that fear is to address that little voice in your head.