Closing The Deal – How Sales Can Increase Your Profit

by | Mar 6, 2019 | 0 comments

We have all been there. You try to pitch something to a potential client and you get a “maybe” or “I’m not sure if I can afford it” or “I don’t think what you offer for me is good at this time…” or several other excuses that we all cannot seem to overcome in closing the deal. Or it could be you are in a situation where you know you have a GREAT OFFER and you are 200% certain that your target audience can really benefit from it but you are not sure how you will pitch it to them without sounding sleazy or very “salesy”.

In this interview with Brendan Burns, he gave a lot of pointers about how to close a deal and how to position it to your client. He shows us how to get that well-coveted YES and still sound sincere and real. I want you to grab a pen and paper while watching this interview because there are really a lot of nuggets that you can implement to your business right away and even to your next client call.

 

 

 

Isn’t he the best? By the way, a little bit of info about Brendan – he is an Entrepreneur, an Influencer, and a high-performance Life & Business Coach helping people achieve their dreams and maximize their potential so they can live happy and fulfilling lives. He is running a few courses and a podcast “The Brendan Burns Show” on iTunes where he is helping people grow and monetize their business. In his podcast, Brendan shares all of his best business and self-development tools, to help you achieve high levels of success, fulfillment, and most importantly, happiness.

Which part of our conversation resonated most with you and why? What can you do to turn that insight into closing a deal in real life? Leave a comment below and let us know. Remember, share as much detail as possible in your reply.

Since you’re here reading, my guess is that you’ve got some big dreams to bring to life. we hope to see you in our next blog.

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