Last updated: 1 October 2015
It’s the same situation.
You start your sales pitch to a customer, and you know what they’re thinking.
They’re suspicious of your motives.
They’re unsure if they need what you’re selling.
They’re looking for any reason to say no.
When you’re up against so much, you know you only have a short period to bypass the doubt and connect with something in their mind that sees value in what you’re offering.
Some nugget of interest that says, “Hang on, this is actually what I need.”
Occasionally, when you’re feeling really good, your words, energy and passion are so congruent, that you manage to connect with this thought and hit home run after home run.
Like when something great is happening in your life, or when you feel well rested and managed to squeeze in a workout before work that morning.
But wouldn’t it be great if you could tip the scales in your favor and instead of only “occasionally” having a day like this, you experience this kind of success everyday?
Wouldn’t it make your job as a salesperson that much easier… and fulfilling?
Interested to learn how?
To find out how conversational hypnosis can help you move beyond people’s natural resistance filters and say “yes” more often, check out this video by master hypnotist Igor Ledochowski.
In the video, you’ll learn the science around why people naturally say “no” to new ideas, and how you can bypass this part of their mind, build rapport and get them interested in what you’re saying.
And if you’d like to start learning how to fine-tune your hypnotic language skills, click here to get your FREE Hypnotic Language Shortcut System.
NOTE: Conversational hypnosis should only ever be used ethically, and when you have a product that adds value to your customers. If you’re unable to add value, hypnosis is not the right tool for you as you’ll be unable to build rapport and gain their trust.