In This Episode
Everyone Is A Salesperson!
Yes, that is including you!
Regardless if you work a 9-5 job, housewife / husband or salesperson, you’ve to sell at some points in your life.
Leslie Ellis successfully negotiated her first sales job at the tender age of 10 by convincing her neighbor to trust me to take care of their newborn baby. Even at that young age, I instinctively knew how to win people’s trust, and use that to close the sale.
With the launch of Savvy Selling NOW! in 2014, she combined over 30 years of sales experience, her passion for sales, people and fun into my coaching and training business.
Taking her experience with every level of management and the sales process that earned mehera row!), her system helps solo-preneurs and microbusiness owners to become more comfortable with sales, helping them to close more business and make more money.
The core to a successful sale, like anything in our life, is building trust.
Regardless of what you do for a living, a housewife (or husband) or a salesperson, your product / service is a one time sale, based on building repeat sales or getting for a dream job, learning how to understand your customers or employers needs, and match your offering to those needs, is the secret to on going sales success.
5 “Cannot Miss” Within Moments:
- What made Leslie Ellis to become a professional salesperson 36 years ago! And why Leslie likes being a professional salesperson.
- How you position yourself differently, not “just another salesperson”, so that you can stand out from “the average salesperson”. And make money doing it. (Hint: No ‘Sleazy Bait And Switch’, a dishonest sales tactic that makes your ancestor screaming at you from her grave).
- Common myths and misunderstanding about Salespeople. (Note: Even if you don’t like sales, you could be a great salesperson you might not even aware.)
- Avoid being like this one cold call! Someone made a call live while we were recording our conversation. How Leslie handled the call? Unplanned! Uncut!
- What you need to do if you want to become a successful salesperson. (Hint: You won’t be “A hope and pray salesperson”)
Ellis Phone number: 925-338-2924
Ellis email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
> This is part 1 of 2. Please stay tune for part 2 for useful tips…yet to come that you can use!