This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to make use of the advantage of being an introvert to succeed in selling.
In each of the 15 chapters of this book, contains in depth, yet easy to read advice on how introvert can succeed in selling. At the end of each chapter, there is a list of action steps that allows you to take action immediately to improve your chances of selling successfully.
Here is a preview of what are the key points in this book:
-A very simple and easy little step to get started
-How to develop courage
-How you apply telemarketing to your advantage.
-A free bonus email course on overcoming shyness
-Much, much more!
Targeted Age Group:: Any
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
There are lots of introverts out there struggling with their careers. Selling is a big part of business. Whether your work for someone or starting your business, selling is inevitable. I have struggled that too but now I have discovered that introverts can be good sellers. They can use some tactics to their advantage so that they can excel in any filed including selling.
Chapter 1: Never Underestimate The Power Of The Word “Hello”
So you’re an introvert and you’re in sales. That can prove to be quite a challenge especially since introverts tend to be withdrawn from the rest of the world. That’s fine! You can be an introvert and still have an amazing career in sales!
First off, never underestimate the power of the word “Hello”.
Although introverts are perceived as stand-offish and prefer to be left alone, it doesn’t mean that it has to be true. As an introvert you will need to network in order to connect to other people like your potential customers and your colleagues. How do you make the first move?
In your everyday interaction, greeting someone with a simple “Hello” can open up a world of new possibilities. This simple form of greeting is non-invasive, non-threatening and can either be responded to with a simple acknowledgement, a light conversation or an extended discussion.
Continued practice of greeting everyone you encounter will lead to more familiarity and a level of comfort which can lead to further communication which can be initiated by either you or the other party.
So, the next time you pass someone by the hall or see a potential customer, just muster up the courage to say “Hello”.
Say “Hello” to the first person you meet in the office. This allows you to speak to someone who you have a certain level of comfort with.
Continue greeting people in your office until you become comfortable enough with it and it becomes a reflex action.
When visiting your customers, greet everyone you meet from the doorman up to the secretary to achieve a level of comfort with them. You will be interacting with these people on a regular basis every time you visit, so you might as well become familiar with them.
Next, test it out with people or strangers you pass by on the street. You’ll notice it doesn’t take much for other people to smile back and acknowledge the greeting.
“Hello” accompanied with a smile is a non-invasive, non-threatening greeting that does not require any prolonged acknowledgement from the people you greet. This is perfect for opening doors for you and your career in sales!
About the Author:
My name is Simon and I’ve been helping people overcome chronic shyness for more than ten years. In that time, I’ve gained a huge amount of knowledge about the best ways to dissolve shyness and develop unstoppable self-confidence.
Was once an introvert, and I am still an introvert, wanted to change his personality so that I could succeed in his business. Later he found out that personality isn’t anything can be changed, but actually we can take advantage of being an introvert, to make use of out inner power to succeed. We definitely have something that the extroverts are lacking.
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