Who are you listening to?by Holly Lanesmith
I have to be honest with you. There are a lot of misconceptions in this world.
And it’s true that it’s almost always been this way, but with our accessibility to the internet— with the world at our fingertips— it’s so easy to look anything up and to believe the first thing you see pop up on your Google search engine.
It’s easy to buy into the ideas of so-called "professionals" who think they know it all. But do they, really?
How do you know that what they’re teaching you is effective? If it’s really legit?
Can I just challenge you with one idea? Before you buy into something, ask yourself if it makes sense. Test it, and see if your result provides evidence to support its validity.
...And ask yourself if the person sharing with you has proven the system to be effective.
Let me give you an example of how this might translate into the real world.
I’ll use sales as one example.
I’m someone who has spent the greater half of my life selling ideas, products, and services.
And believe it or not, from years of experience and with the mentorship of those whom I trust, (and who have attained the results I’ve desired), I’ve come to learn what’s effective in sales, and what’s not.
And to be honest, I wasn’t always good at sales. I had a lot of doors slammed in my face (literally) in my early days as a salesman, going door-to-door, selling light bulbs.
But what I do know is that once I found someone I trusted to guide me into selling in a way that worked—and this was much later on in my life, might I add— I was able to close sales like a pro!
….So much so, that I sold about half a billion dollars in products and services from then up until now.
So let me ask you something.
Are you wanting an opportunity to learn from someone who has tested a strategy and proven that it works?
Perhaps you find yourself believing that you know all there is to know about sales simply because you’ve been working in a sales position for several years and are doing just fine.
Well, can I just be completely honest and share something with you? Just because you’ve been in sales for a long time doesn’t mean you’re better at it than someone who’s been in it for fewer years…
I’m not saying you don’t have the potential to be better, I’m just saying that it could be that you haven’t yet received a high level of training in sales.
As someone who had worked in sales for 40 years, Marc Major thought he knew just about everything there was to know about sales. The only thing was, his results didn’t exactly indicate that.
When he reached this realization, he wasn’t bad at his job. He was doing alright, closing enough sales to keep his business running, doing what he could to stay afloat…
Yet he knew that something was missing. He recognized that he could be doing more to up-level his sales skills and to create the kind of financial reward that would grant him more freedom in his life.
And so, he was open enough to the idea of expanding his awareness in sales, and decided to take a leap of faith.
And let me tell you— it paid off.
Marc decided to invest in one of my Sales Programs, and here’s what he has to say about it:
"After 40 years in sales, you would think that I have done and seen it all. The Empowered Living Sales Program has opened my eyes to techniques that have already paid for the Program many times over."- Marc Major
Now, you might be thinking that I—myself am trying to sell you something right now through Marc’s testimonial in this email. And because sales is persuasion, perhaps I am… but I’m not trying to sell you something that costs money.
I’m actually inviting you to join me in a FREE, LIVE Sales Training.
That’s right. There’s no risk involved. Just test the waters and see what you think. And before you do, just remember, Marc and myself are only two of the many examples of people who have used the techniques I’m about to share with you, and who have seen dramatic results.
But don’t take my word for it, try it yourself. It’s FREE, what do you have to lose?
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