Attitude and Expectations Shape Your Communications

By Jacques Werth, President

High Probability® Selling

Your attitudes, beliefs and emotions guide your tonality and manner of speaking. That’s one of the things we focus on in High Probability Selling.

We describe the best attitude to be "neutrality." It’s where we treat the prospect with respect – but not deference. It’s what Eric Berne, author of “Transactional Analysis,” described as Adult-to-Adult Communications, and we describe as “non-judgmental” or “neutral” communications. If your expectation for your relationships is Mutual Respect, your sales results can improve to an amazing level.

It’s relatively easy to learn, and it can become the natural way for you to speak. If you focus on an attitude of neutrality while you are telephone prospecting or calling customers, you can quickly become someone who gets respect, automatically.


 

If you want to learn the process and mindset of top producing salespeople, you want to learn more about High Probability Selling.

Until Next Time…Sell Well

Jacques Werth – High Probability Selling

Copyright 2007.

 

Tags: How+to+sell, The+secret+to+selling, Selling+and+Persuasion

Attitude and Expectations Shape Your Communications

Taking “No” for an Answer

By Jacques Werth, President


High Probability® Selling

In this technological age where the world is changing at a more rapid pace every day, speed has become of the essence.  Consequently, sales techniques that worked 20 years ago are now obsolete. It is no longer profitable to spend a lot of time persuading and convincing customers to buy a product or service that may not suit their immediate priorities.  It pays instead to focus on selling to those customers who have the greatest desire for what you have to offer – now.  Good timing is more important than ever, but the definition of good timing has changed.  



If you want to learn the process and mindset of top producing salespeople, you want to learn more about High Probability Selling.

Until Next Time…Sell Well

Jacques Werth – High Probability Selling

Copyright 2007.

 

Tags: How+to+sell, The+secret+to+selling, Selling+and+Persuasion

Taking “No” for an Answer