Sales Call Reluctance is the emotional hesitation to prospect and promote. It is an invisible self-protective barrier that keeps salespeople from earning what they are worth.
There are 16 types of Sales Call Reluctance. Telephobia (fear of telephone prospecting) is one of the easiest to overcome! Two Americans won a Nobel prize about their research of the brain and the sense of smell in 2004. Many of my clients, including, but not limited to, five (5) former military fighter pilots used the sensory injection prescription to overcome their telephobia. Email me if you want more details on sensory injection. It’s too technical to explain in this short post.
There are four steps in Overcoming Sales Call Reluctance:
- Aware that you are not setting enough appointments to reach your goal. Aware that you are not making the kind of money you want to make.
- Assess your call reluctance. You can invest dollars in a comprehensive assessment or take a free assessment with only your first name here: Prospecting EKG
- Admit your call reluctance. This can be the most difficult step. One must surrender to the fact that you are experiencing call reluctance. Call reluctance rarely gets better without admission and intervention. Once you admit, you are on the road to solution.
- Apply proven techniques to overcome call reluctance which requires conscious shift in perspective.
What would it be like to pick up the phone and make prospecting calls without fear? Consistent, confident prospecting simply becomes part of your business day!
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Connie Kadansky can be reached at email@example.com or 602-997-1101
Last month I got my 2007 Volkswagen Beetle serviced. The warranty expires December 2010. The sales guy from the dealership is calling and emailing me and I have not responded yet. HOWEVER, I can promise you that when I buy, I will buy from him (hope he's still there in December!). He has reached out to me four (4) times. Have been busy and traveling and this is not a priority right now.
This experience has totally inspired me because because I have prospects who are not responding to my outreach and that does not mean that they are not a viable prospect. If they are not responding, all I know for certain is that this is "not the right time."
So hang in there, stay pleasant and friendly via voice mail and email, maybe send a card through www.sendoutcards.com. You never know when you will call at "just the right time!" Stop making up stories about why they are not responding and then buying into your story. This is a major tip on overcoming Sales Call Reluctance! Stop the story that spirals you into self-doubt.
It is a natural impulse when you are experiencing fear and concern about your sales to reach out and find something external that will help you sell more and overcome your Sales Call Reluctance. Admittedly, I have done it myself over the years. What's the magic pill? A coach? A seminar? A workshop? A mastermind partner? A new marketing image? A CD? The latest selling book? Social Media Bible? The list can go on and on. There is value in all of the above. However, when is enough enough?
What if you knew that your answer is closer than your nose? Let's get honest! You know that you are your biggest competitor and your biggest obstacle. Okay. . . so now what? Admit that you are responsible for your revenue generation. Take yourself somewhere quiet and get centered. Take a deep breath. Deep breathing quiets the mental processes. Close your eyes. Ask yourself: What is my solution? And allow your answer to come and really pay attention. You may be able to self-correct with confidence and it won't cost you a dime. All you need is to make a decision.
For help in any aspect of Sales Call Reluctance and Profitable Prospecting, call Connie at 602-997-1101 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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