Conversations Into Cash
“Conversations Into Cash” shows you everything you need to know to turn prospects into paying clients.
I’ve been involved in hundreds of sales pitches over the years with businesses of all sizes. From one man bands to some of the world’s largest companies such as Hewlett Packard, Symantec, and Pepsico.
You probably know me best for my unique approach to opening sales opportunities.
However, as wonderful as receiving complimentary responses might be, it means nothing unless you can capitalise on the situation and turn the prospect into a paying client.
That is, you have to turn conversations into cash.
You need to follow up. You need to impress them on a phone call or in a meeting. You need to ask questions. You need to demonstrate your competence.
“Conversations Into Cash” shows you everything you need to know.BUY NOW
This set of training videos will teach you:
- How to respond to positive responses from prospects and book in a sales call.
- How to respond to somewhat positive responses from prospects who reply with something like “Tell me more”.
- What to do with those ‘Thanks for your awesome email, but I’m not in a position to work with you right now.” responses.
- How to impress prospects on sales calls and in sales meetings.
- What to research and ask before the call or meeting.
- How to open the call or meeting.
- The 6 questions to ask to get clients to open up and talk about the problems they are facing and their short and long-term objectives.
- How to subtly ask if you should put together a proposal for them that will help solve their problems and achieve their goals.
- How to position yourself as different to competing suppliers succinctly and in a way that gets remembered.
- How to gently ask for pertinent information that helps you put together a more bespoke proposal that better resonates with your prospect.
- How to ask a ‘cheeky’ question that gives you critical information to build your proposal around.
- How to broach the difficult ‘how much money have you got to spend?” question.
- How to make sure you know who else you need to impress, e.g. your contact’s boss.
- How to make sure you get the chance to run through your completed proposal with the client, allowing you to answer questions and build rapport, rather than merely hoping your proposal succeeds on its own merits.
- How to follow up after the call or meeting.
- How to start your proposal to demonstrate you understand the client’s pains, objectives and circumstances.
- How to structure your proposal to demonstrate your competence and deliver your pitch succinctly and persuasively.
- Know which additional details to include and how to ethically make your company appear bigger than it is.
- How to develop pricing that gives prospects choice, but not so much choice that they struggle to make a decision.
- How to conclude your proposal in a way your prospects will remember the key elements of your proposal.
- How to use the 6 principles of persuasion science to give your proposal the best chance of succeeding.
- Which simple apps to use to make sure your proposal doesn’t ramble and makes coherent sense.
- How to send the perfect email that gives you the best chance of winning.
- How to really pull out all the stops, for when you want to win those dream clients.
- How to practice running through your proposal and know what to edit, cut, and improve based on your practice sessions.
- The number one ‘cosmetic’ you should add when pitching to make your pitch more memorable, enjoyable, and persuasive than your competitors, even if they’re much bigger, have bigger budgets, and all the advantages of scale.
- A clever trick you can use to further boost your pitch’s chance of success.
- The ‘common sense’ rules for pitching you need to stick to if you wish to impress.
It also includes templates for:
- Replying to positive responses, ‘tell me more’ responses, and ‘not right now’ responses.
- How to deal with any negative responses you might receive.
- Following up with prospects after an initial call or meeting.
- Sending the perfect email to accompany your proposal.
And it works!