[27 Jan 2015 | No Comment | ]
Business Culture and Introverts

Business culture is geared toward the go-getter, the team player, the networker, the entrepreneur and the leader. It’s about power, getting ahead, cutthroat competition, deals and leverage. It is, isn’t it? On the surface, this sounds like an automatic recipe for success for the extrovert, and disaster for the introvert. But as you’ll soon read, […]

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How to sell insurance »

[21 Jan 2015 | One Comment | ]
Four Obligations Every Insurance Agent Has

The members of any profession, since they constitute a specifically trained group of people, are looked upon to assume the responsibility of leadership in work allied to their own. The doctor is looked upon as the leader in public-health campaigns, and the lawyer in campaigns for civic betterment. You, like every other successful insurance agent, […]

NLP in Sales, Persuasion, Psychology in Sales »

[3 Nov 2014 | 8 Comments | ]
3 Easy Ways To Create Rapport With Anyone

You cannot not communicate. Communication differentiates us from animals. We exchange meaning and respond to each other through dialogue. The most important process in any interaction is rapport. Rapport is responsiveness – you don’t have to ‘like’ the other person; it is something we do with another person. Remember that rapport is a process, not […]

Objection Handling, sales tips, Sales Videos »

[28 Oct 2014 | 16 Comments | ]
Feel, Felt, Found Technique

Watch This Video Right Now To Learn How to use Feel, Felt, Found Technique and Handle Objections Elegantly…And Help Your Clients Make Right Decision! Visit my website to get instant access to 52 of the Most Important Sales Tips, via audio and PDF sent to you once per week. I’ll personally show you the ropes […]

Articles, Guest Blogger »

[20 Oct 2014 | 12 Comments | ]
Guest Post: About Arrogant Salespeople

I read a lot of articles on LinkedIn in my spare time. A LOT. So, when I say this is one of the most disheartening things I’ve ever read – you know I have a pretty decent sample size. I read two comments on this article, one by someone with what appears to be a […]

NLP in Sales, Sales Education, Sales Success, Webinar »

[14 Oct 2014 | 18 Comments | ]
Stop Using Features and Benefits!

The key to successful selling is understanding a client’s buying criteria and building your presentation around them. It is common knowledge that nobody likes to be sold to, but people love to buy, and because your prospects feel resistance towards salespeople in general, you need to present your product or service in a way that […]

Selling For Introverts, Selling to Introverts »

[18 Sep 2014 | 19 Comments | ]
Are You Shy, or Just Introverted Salesperson?

Have you ever felt weird in your business environment, like you don’t fit in? Do you hear people (or your manager) saying to you that you need to change, to speak up, to speak louder and be more assertive? Have you ever been labeled “shy” when you’re really just introverted? It’s not a given that […]

Selling For Introverts, Selling to Introverts »

[8 Sep 2014 | 20 Comments | ]
How to Appeal to Your Introverted Clients

According to Psychology Today, up to 50 per cent of the population can be defined as introverted. While significant publications like the The Atlas of Types Table (Macdaid et al, 1994) describe the sales industry as predominantly populated by extroverts, your customer base is not. This means that while you’re unbridled zest and enthusiasm will […]

Psychology in Sales »

[31 Jul 2014 | 17 Comments | ]
Sales Pitfalls: Lack of System and Lack of Head Work

Sloppy methods in any business produce failure. Lack of system may not make a person fail entirely, but unless a person is systematic she is subject to a tremendous waste of energy and money. System means success; saving time; carrying out your resolves; having a definite time each morning to start to work, and starting; […]

Psychology in Sales, Sales Education, Sales Success, Sales Training »

[24 Jul 2014 | 7 Comments | ]
Sales Pitfalls: Giving Up

Another pitfall (besides fear) in sales is lack of energy – indifference, disinclination. Lack of energy is lack of integrity. A person of great integrity is capable of enduring great hardship, and is therefore worthy of great reward. Integrity means hard work, it means head work, it means success. Weak people get cold feet, and […]