Chances are, you like to buy, but you don’t like to be sold.

I’m the same.

But all too often, I feel I’m being sold, online and off.

I like interacting with people during the sales process – sometimes.

I have questions.

What does it do? How does it work? What’s it made out of? What’s the maintenance? And many other questions flood my mind.

Having someone right there to answer those questions, and ask ones I haven’t considered, is a valuable service to me.

Don’t Push Me

But, I don’t like to be pushed into the buying decision.

I like a sales rep who takes the time to understand my problems, and help recommend a solution. And I’ve had good sales reps steer me in a different direction than the product I was looking at – now that’s a trustworthy sales rep.

Keeping It Real

I like buying things. Whether it’s a new software in business, music, clothes or car. I like the process of learning about something, researching it, and then making that decision to buy.

It’s even more enjoyable if someone guides me in the process, answering my questions along the way, and helping me make the buying the decision.

When a sales rep is honest, I can usually tell. I can smell the BS from far away.

These are just some of the questions I have when buying.

And it’s some of the questions I have to be able to answer from prospects.

If you want to get more clients or take your business from $500,000 to $2 million, how am I planning on getting you there?

That’s some of what I share during a complimentary consultation. You can schedule yours here.