We all know ‘It’s a dog eat dog world out there’ but that doesn’t mean to say that you have to be a part of it. I’m not telling you to sit back like a wallflower when it comes to selling yourself expecting clients to fall into your lap but there are more relatable ways to sell yourself.
Show your audience that you are passionate about your business, you have experience, you are honest and you care enough to let them know that perhaps they wouldn’t be the right ‘fit’ after all. Give everyone the service they deserve.
In This Episode:
- Selling Yourself
- Honesty and Transparency
“You want to make sure that your audience that you’ve been cultivating and looking after for a long time, are buying from the right path, and they’re getting the right service.“
“We want this to become an opportunity for you to be able to be transparent and honest with the audience to help them make the best decision, and to hopefully get more sales as well.“
“We can say the information, the environment, the situation, your level of care, and attention will be the same, but ethically, we can’t promise that everybody’s going to get the same result every single time.“
“Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there and tell everybody why they should be working with you, what they should be excited about with you and why all of the things that you’ve done up until this point qualify you to be the best fit for them. “
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