Recent statistics show that American prices are surging at a higher rate than they have in the past 30 years. This is unfortunately not the first time this has happened, and it won’t be the last. But what can you do to not become a by-product of inflation or other economic problems?
You INCREASE your income.
In this article, I am going to tell you how to outsell inflation. If you are interested in being invincible against inflation, keep reading.
Sell to Survive
Selling is critical to survival when the economy is doing well. Unlike other careers, there is no limit to your income in sales. There is just one condition— you have to commit to becoming a pro at selling. The hairdresser has to be able to sell hair appointments. The baker has to sell cakes. No matter what you do, you have to be good at sales to be inflation-proof. Step one is to know that you are in sales and get good at it.
Want More Rejection
Why would you want more rejection? Because life is a numbers game. If you are going to outsell inflation, you are going to have to get in front of more people than ever. Hearing “no” more often is going to be natural as you get in front of more prospects. I want you to be so good about rejection that you want more of it. After all, every “no” gets you closer to a “yes.”
Take Advantage of Shortages
This doesn’t mean I want you to do something unethical like raising the cost of your product when supplies are low. What I do mean is look for ways that you can go above and beyond in the marketplace. I want you to do things other salespeople won’t do. Think about going to your prospect’s office instead of them coming to you. Meet with them outside of normal business hours. These things will make people more willing to do business with you and it will result in more sales.
This is how you get through bad times. It’s not the easiest thing to do, but it’s the only way to ensure you can survive any economy. Becoming a professional at sales will not fail you. Learn more sales tips and strategies through cardoneuniversity.com.