7 Things I’ve Learned (the hard way) about Enrollment Conversations

lessons-learnedWhen I first started leading sales calls 12 years ago, I basically sucked. Big time.

I had no idea what I was doing…but more importantly – I had no idea whom I was supposed to be.

I was scared sh*tless (excuse my language) that I’d come off as stupid or pushy, and I thought I was supposed to show up as a know-it-all, emotionless salesperson who spoke with slick words and shiny-sounding surface ideas.

Luckily, that tactic failed pretty immediately, and it freed me up to do the real work of mastering enrollment conversations – of going deep to truly connect with my prospect and to lead sales calls that not only yielded business, but gave both my prospects and me a sense of integrity, empowerment and a knowing that something sacred and transformational had happened on that call.

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4 Sales Conversation “no-no”s

no-no-no-310x296Over the last few weeks, I’ve been sharing with you a lot of tools about successful enrollment conversation – because you can have the BEST marketing or referrals EVER, but if you don’t know how to have powerful sales conversations, none of that matters.

You need to master sales calls in order to make those sales.

Through the years, I’ve seen a lot of sales “mistakes” made by amazing entrepreneurs (myself included!) – mistakes that can cost you conversions, cost you potential income, and keep you from making the impact you’re meant to make.

Here are a few of the most common “no-no”s I see: READ MORE