Selling Is A Dialogue, Not A Conversation

The concept of conversational selling may be a friendly approach to the sales process, but it’s not the most effective. Why? A conversation lacks a purpose. Alone, it is nothing more than a time filler or casual banter back and forth. And although this can still be part of your sales process, what you really need is a dialogue. Consider a dialogue like the screen play of a movie or show. It’s meant to guide you to a specific emotional response, having been constructed in a purposeful way. Like in most things, you won’t succeed without preparation. Don’t just engage in conversation, but create a dialogue that has a guided path with a desired outcome: the conclusion of the sale. Learn more about how crafting a dialogue will help your sales soar.

Myers Barnes is America’s favorite new home sales trainer, author, speaker and consultant.  For more information, please visit www.myersbarnes.com.

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