In four short pages, you can learn how to sell in the fast lane. You can steal from Belfort the techniques he used to compete with the big boys and bring immediate value to your clients. The script is easy to follow, and is chock full of great questions. You'll learn how to:
close the sale
weave the right story
guide prospects to a decision
keep the sale going
close the deal
keep your client happy
The Selling Script, product knowledge, and the various tips and tricks are all in one place, and there's no downloading required. In fact, if you can read this document on your Kindle, you can quickly and easily download it onto your iphone, ipad, or any computer and instantly access everything in the document as if it were on your ipad. You can also save it to your desktop, and it will open in your computer, which is perfect for those clients who don't have an iphone, ipad, or computer.
You can download the Selling Script from this link , and then print it and tape it to your desk. You can read it over and over and still make it worth your time. You can go to a local library and copy it for free - making it even more valuable, and a valuable reference library in your office.
Actionable Content: Understanding the conversation is just half the battle. Writing the sales script can be a difficult, even overwhelming, challenge. But it doesn’t have to be. With this book as a resource, you can write the story of your product, your service, your business, or your company. You can decide how you want to introduce your product, service, and business. You can decide on the right words to use to trigger a sale. You can do all this with a quick, easy-to-update, and reproducible guide.
Belfort had it figured out. He knew what needed to be said, when, where, and how. He had compelling stories, a winning personality, and an iron grip on his team. And he sold. He sold because he knew how to create a sales conversation.
Belfort's sales script was original, powerful, and brilliant. He knew that a script would force him to always think, act, and speak as a professional. By writing the script, Belfort was committed to the process. He knew that he wanted to win because of his innate desire to make a living selling, not just because of his sales skills. And he knew that if he applied the principles to his sales, he would be successful.
Writing the script forced Belfort to be a disciplined salesman, a professional and a realist. It became clear to him that if he could make it through his sales script, he would be successful, so he had to be extremely committed. Belfort also wrote the script to be challenging, so he could apply this material to all of his sales. We believe this to be one of his greatest contributions. 827ec27edc