To error is human—to forgive, canine.—Moksha McClure

Patience, persistence, and consistency – all traits of dogs.

 

They love you even when you are not feeling it; they wait for you when everyone else has gone. They know you will share with them if they hang around long enough and if not, they will go on and wait for next time.

Amazing: What can we learn from dogs when it comes to taking our sales game to the next level?  A full big punch. Today I want to share three simple things but know there are many more;

1.   They know you will do business with them eventually.

They believe you will take them out for a walk, that is why they sit there with a smile on their face or bring you the leash. 

Their tongue was hanging out, tail wagging and waiting on you and they wait.  They know they can out wait for you, and what happens is that eventually, you do give in to them.

Wow!

Do you do that when it comes to your prospects?  Customers?

Do you know they will do business with you eventually?

Do you believe it?

Are you patient enough?

Do you keep doing the little things to let them know you are there?

What if you did?

 

 

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When you come home, they greet you wagging their tail.  Even if you left mad at them.

When you are not feeling happy, they comfort you.

When you are mad, they try and cheer you up.

When you are mean to them, they still love you.

When you don’t have the time for them, they come back again later.

Now, what if?

What if you were more consistent with your prospects/customers?

Kept pushing forward believing they will be doing business with you and never giving up or getting angry.

Would you be closing a bunch more sales?

You may ignore your dog, but they bring a toy to you anyway.  You may have forgotten about them, then they rollover – can you rub my belly.  You are not interested, but they say, “come on just a minute with their eyes.”

What if you were always there for your customers?

Letting them know you want to do business with them, not that you would like to but that you want their business?

 

3.  They get excited when they get you to move.

Do you get excited when you close new business?

It doesn’t matter to your dog if it is just a pet on the head.

A small treat, A quick rub behind the ears they get so excited, wagging their tail. They have made progress, they have gotten you to move.4-up on 7-21-17 at 10.52 AM (compiled)

How excited did you get the last time you closed a deal?

When you got a little piece of the business, a crack in the door, an appointment that you have been trying for a long time to get.

Wow!  What if you got excited?

Would the customer/prospect see that?

Would it make a difference in getting business?

Dogs are great friends who can teach us a great deal about selling if we listen. Take a few minutes and see what you can learn about selling this week from your dog.

You might just take your sales to a whole new level. Want to learn more about taking your business to the next level of success. Please connect with me and schedule a 15-minute call you might just be amazed.

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