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Listeningobjections

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This slide show gives you an idea as to how to listen to your prospect carefully and handle his objections effectively.

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Listeningobjections

  1. 1. Listening Through Objections
  2. 2. Listening through objections is the Tai Chi approach to dealing with people’s questions and concerns.
  3. 3. It is void of argument , and therefore avoids leaving the prospect feeling wrong or stupid.
  4. 4. Your commitment is to hear, understand and actually feel what the prospect feels before the issue is addressed.
  5. 5. Honor, but don’t believe the objection.
  6. 6. Actual spoken objections are rarely true, even for the prospect. They are the first line of defense conjured up to express a fear or concern.
  7. 7. Embrace objections; Fall in love with them.
  8. 8. Remember, addressing objections successfully is exactly what you get paid for. No objection … No sales people.
  9. 9. If an objection creates anger, frustration or fear in you, you become unattractive to talk with.
  10. 10. Learn to love to hear them. Become warmer, calmer and more confident as you hear them. Be more attractive.
  11. 11. Define the objection.
  12. 12. What exactly does the prospect mean by their objection?
  13. 13. Not enough time. “ How much time do you imagine it will take?”
  14. 14. Not enough capital. “ How much money do you imagine it will take?”
  15. 15. It won’t work. “ What experiences do you have that lead you to that concern?”
  16. 16. It’s a pyramid. “ What do you mean by that?”
  17. 17. I can’t sell. “ What do you mean by selling?”
  18. 18. Embellish the objection.
  19. 19. Yes, embellish it. Help them state their objection even more clearly and more passionately.
  20. 20. Seek to understand and let them know that … You Got It!
  21. 21. Purge the objection.
  22. 22. Under every spoken objection is a fear or concern.
  23. 23. Listen and feel for it. Address it in your embellishments. Keep embellishing until …
  24. 24. They shift. They laugh. They physically move. They lighten up. They get off it!
  25. 25. The objection is rarely true, even for them. Everybody can make time by prioritizing. Most people can get money for something they really want. Everybody sells things they believe in. Remember …
  26. 26. All any prospect wants is to be heard!
  27. 27. feel my fears, understand them, respect them, and then … Listen to my concerns, honor them,
  28. 28. Address the objection powerfully – so – I can check out whatever it is you are so excited about!
  29. 29. Ask permission to address it.
  30. 30. “ If you could prove to yourself how you could succeed in our business, and avoid that concern, fear or circumstance, would you take a brief look?”
  31. 31. Address it.
  32. 32. With power, facts and examples; With success stories and support materials; With promises you intend to keep; And do so with candor; With help from your Upline;
  33. 33. With whatever it takes to do it convincingly and with integrity.
  34. 34. Step by Step
  35. 35. Them (objection) “ I don’t have time.” You (embrace it) Gently smile and relax.
  36. 36. You (define it) “ How much time?” Them (answer) “ Any time, I’m swamped!”
  37. 37. You (embellish it) “ What I am hearing is that you are already overwhelmed and don’t need any more projects.” Them (purge) “ Yes, I believe you got it.”
  38. 38. You (ask) “ If you could prove to yourself that this could fit into your schedule and help you earn enough for that much needed vacation, would you at least take a look?” Them (purge) “ Well, of course.”
  39. 39. You (address it) If you need more information before addressing it, ask away. You’ll probably only get one chance to make your case, so make it as thorough as possible. Them (answer) “ Where do I sign?”

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