Stan Billue's Blog

July 29, 2015

Scared Salespeople Attract Scared Prospects (Part 5)

You know, it’s funny.

Or maybe not so funny.

But the average sales person is scared stiff of getting sold. If you were to sit down with a typical sales rep and try to sell them something here’s what you’ll discover…

They will come up with the same typical brush offs… objections… and stalls ANY prospect comes up with. In other words, the typical sales person is scared of being sold. As a result, they are scared of selling others.

Since the mind creates our reality… if a sales person has objections about price… or wants to think it over… or whatever they’ll find that their prospects give them those objections.

Stan Billue has a simple remedy to this problem.

You ready for this.

Go out and get sold.

Stan used to spend a few minutes each morning calling up competitor companies advertising their products and services. He would then ask to speak with the top sales rep in the company. And he would “pretend” to be a buyer.

By doing this, Stan was able to get a master-level education in sales form his competition.

He wasn’t afraid of being sold.

He welcomed it!

Thus, he learned how to other top sales reps overcame price objections. How they handled brush offs. How they handled stalls. And, ultimately, how they closed deals.

If you’re scared of being sold, you gotta get over it.

Otherwise, you’ll attract scared prospects who won’t buy.

Wanna get better selling on the phone?

Go here to find out how…

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