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With FREE tips and taster exercises
Brilliant Assertiveness
Brilliant Customer Care
Brilliant Customer Care (Advanced)
Brilliant Essays
Brilliant Human Error Reduction
Brilliant Leadership
Brilliant Listening
Brilliant Meetings
Brilliant Mentoring
Brilliant Personal Safety
Brilliant Presentations
Brilliant Recruiting
Brilliant Reports
Brilliant Selling
Brilliant Time Management

This workshop will help you:


Present yourself in the best light possible to potential customers.


Build the customer's trust in, and liking, for you.


Find the real benefits in your product or service and make these absolutely clear.


Know the deep psychological wants of the customer instead of superficial needs.


Present brilliantly.


Overcome objections with ease.


Enjoy selling even more – and thereby INCREASE YOUR SALES!

Even if you're an experienced salesperson this workshop will be a brilliant refresher.

Follow these ten FREE brilliant tips and more when you do the FREE taster exercise

  1. Get into the mindset of respecting and helping the customer. The hard sell today does not work.

  2. Know your product/service inside out – be able to answer any question.

  3. Think of how your product/service can benefit the customer and always mention that first – right at the beginning.

  4. Be neat, presentable and clean and that includes smelling good too.

  5. Practice your presentation over and over again. Do not underestimate this – you’ll see why when you do the full workshop.

  6. Listen more than you talk – ask questions – find out customers' concerns so you can ease them away.

  7. Never argue or make the customer look silly. Never say things such as, “You’d be crazy to refuse this offer”.

  8. Show enthusiasm, friendliness and professionalism and show confidence in the product/service.

  9. Make it easy to handle, try, test the goods or services and then make it so easy to buy.

  10. Ask for the business.

You can become an even better salesperson!
All success with and enjoyment from your selling.

And there's more...

These ten tips are only the start.

Many people feel uncomfortable selling. Part of it is to do with rejection – people saying “no” to you. Another part of it is to do with ethics – we don't want to be seen to be taking people's money! However, selling is not what it used to be. You can only succeed – in the long term - if you give value and help customers.

You’ll see what I mean when you have fun doing the free taster exercise and when you do the exercises in the full brilliant selling workshop. You’ll see how you can become an even better salesperson – quickly!