I’ve always been a strong believer in the saying “if you do not ask, you do not get”. It’s been a cornerstone of how I’ve built my businesses over the years and something I’ve always lived by. Speaker and author Phil Jones believe in the same thing. He believes that salespeople are born not made because everyone is born with the innate ability to ask. It’s just a matter of what and how you say it.
In this episode, Phil goes into why the biggest reason that most entrepreneurs are failing to get the success they are capable of is because they aren’t asking for the things they need and how a few magic words can make a world of difference and turn more “Maybe’s” into “Yes’s”.
He also shares his personal definition of what a salesperson truly is and a five-step process to sales you can apply yourself. This episode is jam-packed with value bombs so get ready to take notes on exactly what you can say to get more of what you want and how you canSometimes the difference between what is good and great is the ones that do great know what to say, when to say it and how to make it count. - Phil Jones #Youpreneur Click To Tweet
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- Change is hard, difficult but change is required if you want to change results
- We think it’s knowledge that leads to power yet it’s the implementation that makes power really work
- What is the one word you need to remove from your web sales copy
- Phil shares the different forms of motivation
- Much, much more!
Important Links & Mentions From this Episode:
- Exactly What to Say
- Phil M Jones
- Phil Jones on Twitter
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- Browse the Youpreneur FM Podcast Archive
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