Getting rejected after spending days, weeks, even months on creating something that you hope will sell is hard, and to be quite honest, it sucks.
Not to mention having to go back to the drawing board to figure out where everything went wrong and revamping the offer for the 3rd, 4th, even 5th time.
No matter what you do sometimes, it seems like you’ll never get there!
What can you do to avoid getting rejected?
We’ve discovered that the best way to almost guarantee that someone will buy your offer, with an upwards of 100% close rate, while maximizing your profits on the backend depends on 3 things.
Think about it. Why do people refuse to buy from you?
It’s due to the lack of communication.
What are the 3 areas? Here they are...
By giving someone an offer they can’t refuse, with the correct pricing, and fulfilling on that offer in the best way possible, we’ve noticed our...
I had a successful 1st launch but there was a lot of resistance for me to do it again and so many months went by where I did nothing.
I avoided taking action & let things get in the way.
But I knew that since I was feeling that resistance, I needed to do it, and to do it regardless of the outcome.
I needed to learn the skill of launching a course, because I knew the power of community and being able to impact people on more than just a 1x1 basis.
I also knew this:
Building a knowledge-based offer is the PERFECT business.
I had it pretty good in my 20’s until I blew it all up
Up until high school, I had always thought I would live an average life, I clearly remember walking to school one day with a somber thought of me ‘just getting by’ through life, hating my job because it was all I could get because I didn’t want to go to college and ‘do what they say’ to be successful.
It's true, a lot of people have a big aversion to getting on a call with potential clients.
You can be the best coach in the world but if you can't sell, then you can't do what you do best.
When I even mention sales to a lot of people and ask them what comes to mind they say things like:
^ Those are actually words from a live call I did where I asked that question.
So how do you sell if your gut gets an icky feeling with even mentioning sales?
Our Leveraging LinkedIn community had the honor of having Charlotte Petit Noble drop some massive value on our group about sales calls and how to feel good about them.
English is a second language for Charlotte and she says she can close sales calls with ease by adopting these 4 core beliefs:
Core Belief #1: You are the expert. You are the one that solves the problem. You are the one who can solve the pain points.