An Introduction to the Sales V.I.C.T.O.R.Y. Method
Updated: 1 day ago
(and a script on how to run a sales call!)
No matter how experienced you are, following a sales script or having a framework for your sales conversations will help you close more deals.
Now, I’m not shy and I can talk to anyone…
...but having the gift of gab and relying on my wit actually lost me many sales when I first started my marketing agency.
I needed a framework.
(And so do you, no matter how experienced you are!)
So today I am going to show you my 7 steps to Sales Victory.
The Sales V.I.C.T.O.R.Y. Method
I know without a doubt that Sales Skills are the foundation for a successful business. So I took what I learned and created the Sales Victory Method to help you!
And it’s based on 30,000 sales conversations...that I’ve personally had!
My deep dive into a love of selling all started in Kindergarten...by selling Girl Scout cookies! From then on, every job I’ve had involved sales, in one form or another. I even made business cards to pitch my babysitting services door-to-door to everyone in my neighborhood!
Through all the sales and the many sales conversations, I learned one very valuable lesson...sales isn’t about making money (though it’s necessary for any business).
At the very heart of it, it’s about serving our clients and making an impact on the world...and we love it!
I know you want to have an even greater impact and increase your income.
This is where my Sales V.I.C.T.O.R.Y. Method comes in.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be breaking down each one of these really important steps:
V - Be well VERSED.
I - INTIMACY & relevancy.
C - CHOOSE your thoughts.
T - TRIAL close to build trust.
O - OBSERVE to cover objections.
R - Get your no REPS in.
Y - YOU are the secret ingredient.
Be sure to stay tuned for a new blog each week as I break each one of these down.
In the meantime, get your FREE Discovery Call Sales Script & Training today, and make your next sales call a huge success!
PS - want to watch a 15-minute video version of this training instead… you got it!