You’ve now learned the first two Feel-Good Questions as well as the “One KEY Question” that will separate you from practically everyone else. Here’s one more type of question. They (because there are actually four of them) are called “F-O-R-M” Questions and they simply provide additional questions you can ask that will deeply strengthen the rapport with your new contact.
Over the past several brief videos We’ve been discussing how focusing on the *other* person (whom you just met) through what I call “Feel-Good Questions” helps you to quickly establish yourself as a “person of value” in their eyes; a person worthy of getting to know better and having as part of their network.
In Action Tip #5 we’ll discuss Feel-Good Question #2 which, as you’ll see, flies in the face of much traditional sales teaching. Yet, you’ll see why — as a follow up to Question #1 in the previous video (Action Tip #4) — this question will bring immensely positive feelings to your new contact;…
In Referrals Action Tip #4 we look at the first of what I call my Feel-Good Questions; questions that in no way come across as salesy, prospects, intrusive, or invasive (because…well, they’re not) but instead quickly develop a powerful rapport with the person you’ve just met.
In Endless Referrals Action Tip #3 we take a look at how to have a very, very effective initial conversation with someone you’ve just met; someone who might just be a great potential prospect and/or referral source.
In this video, Endless Referrals Action Tip #2, we explore four powerful benefits of working with referral-based customers. There are certainly more benefits than just these four.
Actually, you can do more than imagine. This is the first in a series of brief videos titled, “Endless Referrals Action Tips.” In Tip #1 we look at the biggest challenge for practically anyone and everyone in sales.
Those who tend to be most successful in life (both business and personal) deal in truths. They learn and they understand the laws; the truths of nature, including human nature, physical nature, and economic nature.
Last Friday afternoon I saw something fantastic. I mean, it began on a sad note but showed how good some human beings can be, and how those who have dedicated themselves to serve others often do so very very well.
In our Go-Giver series John David Mann and I often discuss the importance of empathy and how it is one of the five — what we call — Elements of Value.
I recently discussed one amazing example of such in a recent episode of The Go-Giver Podcast…