All 'Selling from the Heart' Posts

Sparkler

Taking Time to Celebrate 2012

I recently sent out my first ever email broadcast to my community of heart-centred business owners – people who had attended my workshop or online programme, or who had signed up to my free video e-course “The 7 Steps to Yes”. Because it had been such a busy year for me putting the foundations under my new business, I was…

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Don’t Try to Sell!

One important piece of advice I like to give to anyone wanting to improve their sales conversations – and so increase the number of clients saying “Yes Please!” to working with you – is this:  Don’t Try to Sell. “What?”  I can almost hear you asking me with that puzzled tone “I’m reading your blog because I want to learn…

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healing power

The Healing Power of the Sales Conversation

You don’t have to be a coach or healer for a sales conversation to be a healing experience for your client. It is just the same if you are a web designer or an accountant, or providing any other service. If you are working from the heart and are really committed to making a difference to your clients then, rather than…

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Value your leads

There’s a Time and a Place

When and where do you conduct your conversations with your potential clients? Have you ever been guilty of answering the phone to a client while in the supermarket checkout queue?  What about returning a client’s call 10 minutes before you’re due to head out for the school run and end up having to carry on the conversation as you drive? If…

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Baby steps to yes

Taking the Baby Steps to Yes

If you are like many heart-centred business owners you know that your sales conversations could be better – you’re just a little unsure how to improve them. Having a structure to your conversations is that thing that makes the difference between having a lovely, friendly, chatty conversation where you feel it’s gone well, they seem to like you – but…

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riding the elephant

Are your Rider and Elephant Working Together?

I’ve just finished reading a fantastic book “Switch – How to Change Things When Change is Hard” by Chip and Dan Heath. In it the authors draw on decades of scientific studies as well as examples of real-life turnarounds to analyse why we find change so hard, and what needs to happen for it to be easier. This got me…

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Are you a salesperson

Could you see yourself as a Salesperson?

Do you think you have to be a good Salesperson to get more clients saying “Yes!” to working with you?  If so, that might be the very thing that is holding you back.  I’ll explain why. First of all, can you reflect back to what flashed through your mind when you read the title of this blog post?   What does…

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Are you selling safety

Are you selling Safety?

When you speak to your clients about your services do you tell them what you think they need to know about how great your service is?  Or do you sell them what they are actually buying? And do you even know the difference? One of the main things that your client buys when they decide to work with you is,…

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