Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Why Do People Buy Books From You?
Ask yourself the following questions so you can analyze how well you come across to others when trying to sell your book or services:
· How do people perceive you?
· Do people tend to find you agreeable? Do people respect your opinion?
· Do you come across as sincere?
· Do people see you as honest?
· How do you respond to people’s questions?
· Do you pick up on clues, leads or hints from the other person?
· Do you take the lead in the conversation?
· When making a point or sharing a view, do you come across as righteous, pompous, overbearing, or obnoxious?
· Do you think you are connecting with the other person?
· Are you being viewed as a giver or a taker?
· Do people want to be your friends, too?
· Do others perceive you as smart and knowledgeable in what you say and do?
· Did you make them feel comfortable and confident in you?
· Did you plant enough seeds to lead to a follow-up call?
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