Peak Performance: How to Increase Your Business by 80% in 8 Weeks
Dr. Kerry Johnson
Research has shown that most salespeople engage in self-defeating behavior that severely limits production. You probably see this every day. Otherwise why would so many salespeople with so much talent end up in mediocrity. Almost 50% of business’ fail due to the owners fear of rejection. According to the Small Business Administration, 85% of the businesses started this year will fail within 2 years. Unfortunately, the same is true of most salespeople. It is rare for a salesperson to become a superstar. Managers only make a guess as to who will succeed and who will be looking for another job next year. But the truth is most salespeople have a working knowledge of how to sell. They just don’t sell well enough to the right people. One of the reasons for this self-sabotage is psychological fear.
In this program you will learn how to get past the self-sabotaging fear which paralyzes most salespeople and turn it into a strength. You will learn ideas to help you set goals and use them by designing your own game plan. How to identify your sales activity and sales averages and incorporate them into a plan that will at least double your income. You will also learn a 8 week plan that will increase your production in a very short period of time.
What you will gain from this program:
- How salespeople sabotage themselves.
- The most persuasive words you can use with your customers at any time.
- How to get past the fear using SUDS.
- Setting and staying focused on objectives.
- How To Stay On Your Game Plan.
- The 8 Week Program that will maximize your strengths and make you money.
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