In this video (Link to video – https://youtu.be/W3pNoozY3tM), I share the second tip on How to Handle Sales Rebuttals.
If this information has captured your interest, check out the book – Communicating Your Way to Success: Master the Art of Persuasion, Positively Influence Others, Increase Sales, and Stand Out from the Crowd.
Love and Light
Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana, Ph.D, MBA
I’m certain you are wondering what I mean by “Self-Fence.”
Yap…every one of us has it. We all tend at times to come up with all sorts of reasons why we shouldn’t take action, follow through, respond to emails, or adjust to change. We feed into our cognitive dissonances to upgrade our self-denials.
The “Self-Fence” is that thing that gets us stuck in our little uncomfortable hells—wishing that things could magically change. We procrastinate, postpone important tasks, and do whatever it takes to remain unsuccessful—yet blame everyone else but ourselves.
I’m certain that this “self-Fence” is what has blocked you from reading a book every day, and/or signing up for personal development seminars or programs. It’s funny that this “self-fence” is what has prevented you from signing up for my Business Intelligence Mastermind—a resource that will help you take your power back, and become the authority of your craft. And I’m not blaming you for not registering for our Business Intelligence Mastery full day Boot Camp… it’s “Self-Fence.”
Dear reader, please do not allow “Self-Fence” to blind you in your pursuit for happiness and success.
Remember; March 1st is Global Worry-Free Day. It’s our turn to make a difference in the world wherever we are.
Love and light
Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana
Author, Speaker and S. Counselor / Success Coach
The subtle dream of business success captures the imagination of aspiring and existing business owners globally. Every business owner has a vision of flowing profits, industry respect, thrilled customers, and a balanced life. However, this vision is only possible by developing habits that drive business success. Below are three tips that I have exercised, and achieved some major business success leaps as a small business owner
Habit 1. Develop Inner Networks:
Take the time to identify and build relationships with key peers, mentors, and advisers. This inner network provides support, direction, and an increased number of people to assist. Remember that networking is a numbers game. The more influencers you have in your team, the more opportunities you have to succeed in your business.
Habit 2. Commit to the Customer:
Business success requires an unwavering commitment to the customer. This commitment encompasses a mindset of understanding the customers’ world. Understanding the customers’ wants and needs provides the business with a greater opportunity to earn a loyal customer base. It is important to focus more on what you can do to improve the life of your customers. This is what brings in profits.
Habit 3. Honest Business, and Personal Evaluation:
Business success requires the ability to know your strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Being open and honest about yourself and your business creates growth as an individual and as a company. In traditional business, this concept is referred to as the SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis. It is vital for business owners to take time out at least once monthly to analysis their SWOTs.
There’s a Business Intelligence Mastermind beginning April 4, 2015. In the Mastermind, business owners will get to understand, and utilize their inner, and outer resources in order to achieve optimal success. Check it out and register to take advantage of the early bird price. http://tapthegood.com/businessintelligencemastermind.com
Love and light
Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana
Author, Speaker, Counselor / Success Coach