The sales part of life—selling your paintings to buyers, selling your wedding band to wedding planners, selling your coaching services to prospective clients, “selling” your novel to literary agents and publishers—is, well, an unavoidable part of our life.
We would love it to be otherwise; we would love things to somehow sell themselves or be represented by someone who is happy to do the selling. But that (large and rather endless) task falls on our shoulders, making us feel heavy and burdened. So, we do something else instead—surf the Net, make a peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich, create an Instagram post, water the plants.
A large part of that heaviness has to do with our reluctance to ask for what we want and need. “Asking” is the number one business tool of the writer, painter, therapist, coach, web designer—the number one tool of anyone with a product or service to sell. And most folks neither like to ask nor do a brilliant job of asking.
If this is you, I think you’ll benefit greatly from a new webinar I’m making available for the first time today. It’s called Asking for What You Want and what it contains might just make a real difference in your life. In this webinar, I provide exact “asking language” for thirty different sorts of asks. That alone is worth the price of admission! This low-cost, information-packed webinar at $24.95 is likely more valuable to you than many a $2000 training. I highly recommend it to you and hope that you’ll love it and benefit from it.