Whether you like it or not, much of life is about selling. Sell your products or services. Sell your ideas. Sell yourself. Sell your new project to wary team members. For many, this can be a real challenge. Especially for the introverts of the world who may not feel comfortable with the conventional role of selling.
Despite being a hard-core introvert myself, and a person who’d rather research and study an idea rather than “pitch it,” I’ve learned to live with a salesperson role at our agency by taking a different approach. Think of it as judo sales, reverse psychology, good karma stuff. And it’s worked well over the years as we’ve been busy with more or less good projects for 16+ years.
So whether you’re looking to secure new work and clients, share your ideas and concepts, or give a killer presentation, these lessons and techniques may help.
- How to improve your new business pitches and results.
- How to boost strategy or concept presentations.
- How non-salespeople can succeed in their sales efforts.