Have you ever met with a potential client who kicked off the meeting with something like, “So, tell us about you and your services?”
On the surface, this seems like a natural way to start a conversation — the potential client is curious about you and what you do, and you’re excited to tell them. But, when positioned at the top of a meeting, talking about yourself and your services can actually kill a sale before it even gets started.
So, you might be wondering:
- What do I do if a potential client expects me to pitch them?
- When is a better time to talk about myself and my services?
- How do I talk about my work in the most impactful ways to see sales results?
That’s what we’ll be discussing at the next Sales Roundtable, this Wednesday at 1pm ET. Join me and an incredible group of small business owners as I share my best practices to ditch the pitch and win more business.
There’s no cost to join, and I’ll leave plenty of time to answer your pressing sales questions.
Register here, and I’ll see you this Wednesday at 1pm ET.