Of course it’s a fair question to ask, and an important one, too. Especially since a training at $1500 is no small decision.
But it’s not something I can guarantee (nor should any sales coach or sales trainer, no matter how many 4-step closing techniques or 7 ways to handle objections they may have), because there are many different factors that play into landing a client:
From the way you generate opportunities, to the specific need and urgency a buyer has, to the way their industry is struggling with things like competition or a pandemic, to whether or not your internet happens to drop out right when you’re asking for the sale, to the specificity of the type of niche you’re looking to work with. Many moving parts.
What I can guarantee though, is this:
? You’ll see a very clear uptick in your confidence and your ability to step into a sales conversation
? You’ll have FAR less of that awkward feeling around the whole idea and process of selling
? You’ll develop an increasingly clear insight on which buyers are and are not the right fit, and for which reasons
? You’ll become SO much more proficient at diagnosing what specific problem a buyer wants to solve
? You’ll see a lot more results happen in your world, with the people you talk to: not just buyers, but also stakeholders in your business, team members, freelancers you hire – hell, even your interactions with your spouse and your kids will benefit
? And, very importantly, whenever you end up not landing a sale, you’ll be able to do a post-mortem and quickly identify where you missed the mark and what to change in the future
? Oh, and let’s not forget: you’ll also be confident in charging better prices for your work, without ever feeling that you need to give discounts
These are just some of the outcomes of learning ‘Sales for Nice People’, the way I teach it.
Why do I know, and guarantee this?
Because when you go through the 10 weeks of 1 on 1 training, you’ll turn all your human interactions into ‘making it about them’.
You’ll see the world and its people through a very different lense.
You’ll learn to get out of your own bubble, and really see the other person. And you better believe that makes people want to enroll in whatever you want to move forward on with them.
And if you then also have enough buyer opportunities, then yes, it’s extremely likely that you’ll sell more and at higher prices.
✅ Mairi Mickelson, a Scottish coach for family businesses that struggle (an extremely difficult niche to sell to) said the training really made a difference (can’t tell you more details – discretion prevents etc) on Twitter.
✅ Paula Mould, a former client and now a close friend, uses my methods to enroll artists (another super difficult niche to sell to) in high-ticket training programmes.
✅ Dusan Matuska, a Bitcoin educator, tripled his revenue.
✅ My friend Antonio Herrezuelo got his co-working space to $25,000 monthly recurring revenue in under a year with my help.
So yeah, kinda looks like it works.
Question is: will you?
Meaning: will you do the work of showing up to buyer conversations, and do the exercises I give you, and ask buyers for the sale, and fundamentally revise and upgrade the way you relate to and communicate with people in general, and buyers in particular, and raise your prices to what they should be?
Because if you’re only looking to add knowledge, the programme won’t help you that much.
It’s only going to be effective for people who want to turn knowledge into skills by way of deliberate practice, and change the way they operate and show up.
If that’s you, then yes: I made the 10-week training for you, and it’ll improve your business and your sales.
More info & an explainer video of how the ethical selling framework works, here ?
Remember, the price goes up to $2800 on January 1st.
P.s. If right now you’re getting opportunities but you’re not happy with your conversion rates, basically there’s a hole in your bucket. This training is the cork that helps you get more clients out of all your marketing and lead generation activities.