3 Secrets to Selling On Purpose

Chasing the Client DollarHOW TO MAKE SELLING FUN AND EASY?

We become a client attraction magnet and reverse the client chase.

When we transform our own presence and are able to light a room up with our energy, we stop hiding behind our own self-protective wall. And, shine in our business! Then, guess what happens?

We become a client attraction magnet!

What are some steps to start selling on purpose? 

1. Notice your intention to connect with others.

Now you can and will start attracting the right people to you. You’ll be able to tap into what is right about you and the world. And, let it shine through.

But, how do you do that?

  • Focus on the good within yourself and bring it out – this is your happy, confident self.

People want to be around your positive energy and the great experience of you. That’s what you bring with you in every situation. This is you being a leader of value for them.

Helping to build rapport with others more easily and quickly.

–         Others coming up to you, because you are now attractive enough for them to want to get to know  you better.

–         They want to know more about you and what you do.

Doesn’t that sound ideal?

  • And, a whole lot more fun than self-doubt, and being boring…Doing what everyone else is doing…chasing prospective clients.

You can go ahead and talk yourself down. But, you’ll never sale to others with the  skills that are in you, until you let your true self out and have fun with what you have to offer.

This is when you start transforming yourself and your business.

And, this is the start of you differentiating from other businesses like yours.

2. Be in control of how your clients see you.

There are a lot of people out there that do just what you do, so you are almost invisible.

  • Why would they choose you?

There are many ways of differentiating yourself…

Think about this….

If you had a brick and mortar business…What would you want it to feel like when people walked in?

–         This is the impact that you want people to have the second they think of you?

–         What are the words that describe you and what you do? This is the star of your branding process.

–         Now you can start to align your own real self with the words that bring clarity in speaking your compelling message.

–         You have an ideal way to connect between what you do and your ideal prospects problems that need to be solved by you.

  • It is so much easier, when clients start coming to you and wanting more of what you offer.

You are creating fans!

3. This is when you start becoming the creation of your own client magnet.

  • It is a huge part of branding yourself and your business.

It is creating the experience that people have when they get in touch with your business.

Now that your own attraction magnet is in operation, your prospective clients will understand what it is you do and feel more open and at home with you and what you do.

This is selling on purpose.

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Kay L Trotman “Thank you to my social media guru, who I met with before my September trip to Africa. She, Coaching Business EntrepreneurDonna L. Ward, walked me through the blogging process, so I could bring you my updates as I traveled through Kenya and Tanzania. Although I could not always post due to limited connections, with her help, I was able to bring you play by play, day by day accounts of what I was seeing and doing as I traversed across the two countries. Thank you Donna, of course more to come on my December trip – that will be less property site inspection and more of the safari game viewing sites. Set up your own meeting with Ms. Donna, you won’t be sorry.”

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4 thoughts on “3 Secrets to Selling On Purpose

  • October 19, 2013 at 2:43 pm

    These are great tips. I’ve recently started a new sales job. It’s been a long time since I’ve worked in sales and I’m a little out of practice. Your tips will help me get back on my game 🙂
    Tina recently posted..A day at Shoalhaven ZooMy Profile

    • October 19, 2013 at 4:43 pm

      Thank you, Tina I appreciate that – Good luck with your new sales job! 🙂

  • October 19, 2013 at 3:53 pm

    Good tips Donna! I have experienced better results when I focus on just making a friend. Learning more about them, see where we are in agreement, or even better yet like minded. Sales do become funnier and more enjoyable when you focus on people you are talking to. Once again good tips!
    Karl E Bennett Jr recently posted..MLM Prospects: The 6 Steps To More Signups Part 2My Profile

    • October 19, 2013 at 4:44 pm

      Thank you Karl! I am appreciative! 🙂

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