Selling is that dirty birdy word in our business, right? Many DON'T.LIKE.TO.SELL. period! #AmIRight?
But here's the newsflash…if we don't sell our products or services, we are outta business, sooooo….we gotta sell!
Here's the good news…it can be done without feeling like a slimy used car sales person!
Our special guest this week, Renee Hribar, has sold millions of dollars in products and services and trained thousands on how to sell for the first time. Join us as we break down the sales process and make it an easier path for you!
Episode Sneak Peek
3:10 Show Giveaways 5:58 Introduction: Renee Hribar
8:12 Renee's backstory : How she got started
10:40 What did your journey look like?
13:22 How has your business structure changed?
14:45 How do you tell if you are being successful with selling?
16:38 When it comes to social media, do you recommend doing videos, long text posts? Do you have a formula?
21:58 What do you think are the top 3 costly mistakes when selling?
26:48 Is there a difference between men and women when it comes to selling?
30:50 Can you lay out 3 of your best strategies when selling?
35:01 What is indoctrination?
37:24 How do we not overwhelm them with all we think they need? Especially when they need a lot of services?
42:02 Can we get to a place when selling becomes natural?
43:43 Can we sell to everyone?
44:26 What could be the easiest path to creating more sales?
50:01 Where to connect with Renee Hribar
Who is Renee Hribar?
Renee Hribar has been a sales professional since 1994 in New York. Making her first million before she was 25 years old, she has gone on to sell millions of dollars in products and services and train thousands to sell for the first time. She is known in her industry as a fun, energetic sales coach who leads with heart. A TEDx speaker who offers training sessions at global conferences, on-demand courses and virtual workshops, she skillfully breaks down her decades of sales expertise. With her one-of-a-kind “laugh & learn” teaching style, you will certainly gain a new view of the “softer side of sales”.