5 Things I’ve Learnt From Selling Private Jets to 7 Figure Coaching Programs

When it comes to selling, in particular luxury/high ticket selling, I’ve pretty much seen it all. As the owner of both a sales agency, luxury sales brokerage and moreover working as a upper ticket sales consultant/coach/strategist, I’ve been privy to nearly every sales trend, must do sales tactics or formulas that’s been mentioned and yet I whimsically use any of them.

The only time I’ve overly attempted to sell with a sales script or set formula was in my first selling job at the age of 16, and I failed miserably at it. Less than 8 weeks later, I had failed to sell a single thing, not plane a £9.99 contract. It was unscratched to say I believed I’d never get when into selling overly again. I’d plane go so far as to say I hated selling. I was rubbish at it. The end.
Fast forward to today and the opposite is true. I love selling. Not only do I love selling but I sell with ease. I’ve sealed sales on a private jet, supercars, yachts, right the way through to 5, 6, and 7 icon coaching/strategy programs. You name it I can sell it, I’ve carved a successful career in luxury/high ticket selling, not as an employee but as a merchantry owner.

This isn’t just lip service. I’m so confident in my selling abilities, I have no problem pitching anyone I think I can help, including celebrities. Believe it or not, in the early days of my merchantry I plane pitched the Queen of England. I kid you not. She never got when to me but that doesn’t matter. What does is the fact I didn’t take it to midpoint anything well-nigh me as a person.

This is a worldwide issue I see in the entrepreneurial space when it comes to selling; the habit of equating the value of their offer or themselves to getting a yes or no.

I’ve scaled to 8-figures in revenue wideness my businesses, work with footballers, celebrities and other Upper Net Worth individuals. Do I still get the odd ‘No’ – of course. Did I take it to midpoint that my service isn’t of value? Definitely not. 

I enjoy selling. My aim is to ensure that you indulge yourself to love selling too. After all sales are the lifeblood of any profitable merchantry so it makes sense to enjoy selling if running a successful merchantry depends on it.

Here are 5 things I’ve learnt withal the way well-nigh selling:

1. Throw yonder the rulebook 

The first major shift I made that took me from struggling to selling with ease is throwing yonder the rule book. No scripts, no formulas, no trying to sell how everyone else said it needed to be done. I carved my own path. Instead of trying to fit into someone else’s box by looking for answers that worked for others, I just leveraged what came naturally to me.

In the merchantry space there will unchangingly be someone telling you they have the one and only magic way to sell. A magic formula, a specific sentence, the perfect sales script. In reality none of those things will work for you if they don’t fit with the way you naturally sell. In my organ and brokerage, every person goes through their own unique sales training. They aren’t asked to read off a screen or follow a formula set by me. They are taught to discover their own selling rule book, their own selling super power. The one that’s unique to them and will enable them to thrive as a salesperson.

The other side to this is teaching them how to understand who they are selling to, whilom and vastitude their demographics and how they take their coffee. Traditional selling is so focused on showcasing ourselves in the weightier light, it often fails to squint at how people unquestionably like to buy and what turns them off well-nigh stuff sold to.
Selling doesn’t have to fit into a rule typesetting made by someone else, you can sell however you want, in whichever way you want as long as it’s right for you. 

2. I reclaimed selling for me 

You won’t enjoy selling or find selling easy if you hate selling, or see it as something icky, period. The issue is, we’ve scrutinizingly all experienced a selling situation that made us finger icky, we’ve felt pressured and left the sales wits feeling anything but lit up.

This is where you need to reuse selling for you, despite the bad experiences I’ve had stuff sold to, I decided it wasn’t really ‘selling’s’ fault. It was to do with the way people were implementing sales tactics or were so out of structuring with the way they were selling I could literally finger something was off.

Sales wasn’t the issue in any of those situations, rather it was how the person chose to do the selling.

I decided to view selling in a variegated light, I decided to see selling for what it really was and separated it from those negative, icky experiences and beliefs. I see selling as an empowering wits for both the seller and for the buyer. Given the right environment, people veritably love to buy. Given the right experience, people will rave well-nigh that selling wits to their friends. Turning selling into a positive for yourself is the first step into selling with ease and confidence.

“Approach each consumer with the idea of helping him or her solve a problem or unzip a goal, not of selling a product or service.” – Brian Tracy

3. It’s never well-nigh the ‘thing’

One of the biggest mistakes I see people make and indeed made myself (oddly unbearable the sales training I went through at the undeniability centre moreover trained people to do this) is selling the thing or thinking that the person you’re selling to plane cares well-nigh the thing itself. 

They don’t. Hear me out.  Whether you’re selling a service, coaching package or an very product, successfully making the sale is not well-nigh the thing itself. It’s well-nigh how that thing is going to make someone DO/FEEL/CHANGE/ACHIEVE. It’s well-nigh the destination; what will happen for the proprietrix as a uncontrived result of making this purchase rather than the thing itself. 

The number of times I have sold a service and a vendee has gone on to have an wondrous outcome surpassing we plane got started. It’s not just the ‘thing’ that gets results, often it’s the mental and emotional state overdue the visualization to do ‘something’ well-nigh an issue that kickstarts the transformation.
If you pension selling the thing, you’ll forever finger as if you’re having to pull teeth and convince people to buy from you.

4. Emotion is unchangingly the primary driving factor when purchasing

How you make someone finger when selling to them will have a big impact on whether they buy or not. In the luxury space in particular, this is an important point to note. Our clients at the brokerage aren’t ownership the supercar considering it’s a practical mode of transport, they’re ownership it considering it triggers a unrepealable emotion within them that makes them finger good. This is the same for selling in general. No matter what you’re selling, they’ll ultimately say yes and do so with ease if you trigger their individual ownership emotions.

Many people believe that selling is well-nigh what you say. It isn’t. Selling is well-nigh how you make your vendee feel, in that moment, in the sales experience. It’s not driven by words, rather by feelings. If you can understand this and leverage it, leads will forever be like putty in your upstanding hands. Trust me, it’s one of our secret weapons!

5. People don’t buy in the same way

Many people forget that surpassing anything else, people are people first and as a result, due to our individual experiences, we are all different. We don’t buy in the same way, we don’t buy for the same reason, much in the way not every selling style aligns with our personality or values. One of the most important things to understand is who you’re selling to from the speciality of who they are as a buyer. Not just who they are as a person but who are they as an very buyer? What drives them to buy? Why do they buy? What is their ownership profile?

You may find that you have variegated buyers for variegated offers, in which specimen the weightier sales process for your offer will moreover differ. Dive deeper into who you’re selling to and understand what drives them to really create a selling wits that nails getting the ‘yes’ for yourself.

Ultimately, the biggest thing I’ve learnt from selling wideness the workbench is, selling is an wits for everyone involved. It’s one that can leave you as a seller feeling on a massive upper or a massive low. The same can be said for the buyer. The real key in selling is to understand yourself, your selling superpower – as in how you weightier connect with people generally, and create selling experiences that are unique to the type of proprietrix you’re selling to. Your aim is to create an emotional selling wits that leaves them excited to buy from you surpassing you’ve plane asked for the sale!

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