Three Laws of Selling You Need to Know Now To Get Ahead
Selling is a skill that everyone must master if they want to succeed in life. Being good at selling means you are a great at negotiating, building rapport, and adding value to someone’s life. These soft skills are all necessary to lead the life that you want. Whether it’s sweet talking the bouncer to let you in the club or showing your boss how much value you have added to the company.
I chose to practice this belief in the hardest and most competitive of environment early on. This transition enabled me to understand how to sell but also, why people buy which became an essential part of my growth as I launched three businesses that quickly scaled to 7 figures strictly based upon my ability to sell.
While no one becomes a pro in sales without having built experience actually selling things, everyone can benefit about understanding these three fundamental laws of selling and how they can help you further your growth as a student, individual, or in business.
When looking at rule one “Selling is about Trust in Very Few Words” we buy products that we trust and know like Apple or BMW for their German engineering and attention to quality. People function the same way. For example if you are always generating value for your business/company everyday you go to work people will trust you with more responsibility and this should lead to raises. This works in relationships too if you can build trust in a few words and add value to someone’s day they are more likely to remember you and give you that free smoothie or free drink.
Read about the three great tips from an entrepreneur mastered this skill-set.
About Shaun Archer Tatum Shaun works in corporate finance in New York City. He has done financial consulting for several start-ups and has worked at several Fortune 500 companies. He has contributed several finance/investing articles on Seeking Alpha which have been published on Yahoo! Finance.