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tom hopkins how to master the art of selling anything

Published on 4/29/2017
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Are you looking to master the art of selling like myself? Have you come to the realization that selling is a life skill that when mastered could make a significant impact on your quality of life?

If you said yes, then you like me, are probably research, reading and trying different techniques and strategies as you hone this skill. Have you come across Tom Hopkins and his book how to master the art of selling anything.

If you have, I'm sure you found like me that the content and suggestions in his book resonated with what we are seeing and experiencing in the world today.

 

If you haven't, below is a playlist of some of the critical sections of his book including:

Create the Selling Climate

Sell The People Who Can Buy

Don't Sell Logic, Arouse Emotions

Replace Rejection words with go ahead terms and finally,

The Senses that sell the emotions

I found when I read this book, it made me realize that because of my analytical and professional background, I had tended to approach the practice and development of this life skill with a focus on logic instead of tapping into the emotions. During this reflection, I also became more aware of how emotions played into my own purchasing. In fact, the more and more I practice and help people with the solutions I offer, the more and more I remember one simple phrase ringing clear and true in my mine "Facts Tell, Stories sell."

Even in my video marketing, I've been reflecting on how can I incorporate more entertaining stories in the relaying of the benefits of the solutions I offer. It also tied into my findings in terms of the practices that yielded better conversions and results.

What about you? Have you heard and or read Tom Hopkins? How have you incorporated his suggested strategies into your sales process and how do you find it has helped you? Let's truly move our businesses forward and make 2017 the best it can be!

To your success

JoAnne

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