How to Make the Ask, Use Limiters and Close the Sale
This video is part of a series brought to you by Entrepreneur’s book division, Entrepreneur Press, the publisher of Jill Schiefelbein’s book Dynamic Communication: 27 Strategies to Grow, Lead, and Manage Your Business.
In this Dynamic Communication interview, author Jill Schiefelbein chats with Lisa Sasevich, CEO and founder of The Invisible Close, who gives a tip that can help you grow your business. Perfect for entrepreneurs, small businesses, sales teams, pitch creators and more.
- What’s the biggest mistake people make when it comes to sales?
- How do you structure your sales ask or sales pitch?
- What strategies can you use to make sales feel less . . .icky?
- How do you close more sales?
Learn the answer to these questions and more in this video with “The Queen of Sales Conversion,” Lisa Sasevich.
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Lisa’s interview excerpt is featured in Dynamic Communication: Strategies to Grow, Lead, & Manage Your Business Chapter 5: Death by Sales Script: Using Outlines to Create Sales Conversations.
In this 27-video series, the author of Dynamic Communication: Strategies to Grow, Lead, & Manage Your Business, Jill Schiefelbein interviews stand-out companies and entrepreneurs to bring you great bites of information to help improve your communication and drive results. You can access 12-plus hours of content -- the full interviews for each of these 27 brilliant minds -- by purchasing Dynamic Communication: Strategies to Grow, Lead, & Manage Your Business and accessing the book’s bonus site.
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