Tag Archives: trust

What We Can Learn From Each Other

You can be an outwardly positive person, but not trustworthy. You can be trustworthy but not a positive person: having negative results when you express you negativity. When you trust your strengths you can also show appreciation for other’s strengths. We aren’t kicking the can down the road here, we are setting a chain reaction in place that builds you as you build your business! Trust + Inner Strength: Outer Control Continue reading

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The Sacred Art — Continued

Before any serious selling- or even beginning the presentation can commence- a sales person may engage in many questions designed to elicit information from the Client to appropriately discover what purchasing options would please the Client, The Practitioner could also discover needs the Client has that could be accommodated in the interest of closing the deal. Although this can be done in a casual way, this questioning can accomplish a lot of preventive maintenance before the selling might begin. Continue reading

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Another Dimension in the Client-Sales Practitioner Interactivity

What qualifications and accreditation’s do you need to have? Why should they trust you? Continue reading

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TRUST BUT GUMPTION

White Hat Sales© is a combination of very tough and very gentle thinking. It is contextual sales that sometimes requires extreme firmness or extreme kindness. And although we believe in tact, honesty and patience, does not mean we have to be wimps. You need gumption. Yes, you do. Continue reading

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