- Environment (Planning the process).You must be prepared to manage the emotion, state, behavior and actions of your client (and yourself). That means you have to have objectives for each section, a plan in terms of outcome, and a plan for selling. Never try and just wing it.
- Rapport.Build rapport at a conscious and subconscious level in a short period of time. Students, clients, or attendees must like and respect you. Therefore, you must relate to them personally.
- Permission Frame.Ask permission to be direct, open, and make suggestions for change in their business, life or product selection. Gain permission to guide them through the process.
- Agreement Frame. Get the client to agree with you and your process at a conscious and subconscious level, often done by use of questions. Get folks to comply.
- Conditioned response. Get your client or prospect to respond in a certain way. This requires a conditioning of thought and mind. Yes, that can be manipulative. It’s OK.
- Directives.Plan specific directions or actions to take during the presentation.
- Body Language.Ensure your verbal message matches your body language message. Be strong and confident. Also, use non-verbal behavior to influence the group or audience.
- Future Pace the process.There are two parts to “future” pacing actions and behaviors. The first is to preview the sales process; the second is to preview the post-sales process. You reduce buyer’s remorse, cancellations and refunds.
- Society Pressures.There are societal pressures that influence a decision or process. It is the law of reciprocation, or legitimacy. We must use them in our presentations to bring us closer to YES.
- Manage Behaviors.Establish what are acceptable behaviors and actions and what are not, with rewards and punishments.
- Repetition of themes.Repetition of major themes, benefits, and messages ensure the communication was received.
- Story messages. The use of stories can be effective sales techniques – just ask Zig Ziglar.
- Closing.Nothing beats direct closing techniques for results. You must know 15 closes.
The majority of this material applies to a group sales process; however, it is easily applied to personal one-on-one sales presentation. Learn and Earn.
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