Do you panic when it comes time to ask for the sale? Does telling someone your rates make you break out in a cold sweat?
Raise your hand if you missed the memo that starting a business meant you’d be thrust into the role of #1 sales-person for your company. Whew, baby! If you don’t have a background in sales you’re probably feeling intimidated and nervous AF about selling yourself. Lindsay’s got your back with their six tips for asking for the sale.
In this episode, we discuss:
- Why market research is your BFF when it comes to setting your rates
- Get silly and practice saying your rates out loud before your next sales call
- Why handling objections is BS and could be a red flag in your sales journey
- To negotiate or not to negotiate … that is the question
- The truth about being your own boss when it comes to decision making
- How to level up your wow-factor AFTER the sales call
“The thing with sales friends, it's not on your timeline, it's on your potential customer's timeline.” - Lindsay Johnson
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About Lindsay Johnson
Lindsay Johnson, aka The Radical Connector, is a 20-year entrepreneurship nerd and business strategist who's obsessed with teaching new entrepreneurs business skills and strategies for turning their brilliance into a profitable business by working less and playing more. Born into a family of entrepreneurs, Lindsay watched as their family struggled to balance working hard to succeed with burning out and sacrificing their quality of life. They were determined to crack the code to faster growth and more financial abundance with less work; more play and less struggle. Lindsay uses their online business school and private coaching to teach their clients how to use entrepreneurship as a tool to build the life of their dreams while also stepping into deeper radical self-acceptance as a business owner.
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