How To Make Presentations So That People Buy From You - & Pay You.

Presentations Which PAY

Why Does The Skill Of Making Presentations That Pay Matter?

Every time you want to increase you own income, sell something and make profit, or market your product, you must “market & sell”.

Marketing and selling are about making presentations which cause people to get motivated, make decisions, then buying pay you.

In other word’s it’s about “Presentations Which Pay”.

How Do I Known This Is True?

I started out making £4.50 an hour doing manual labour - and 7 years later I was making £10 an hour (same job).

The breakthrough came when I learned about the psychology behind successful sales and marketing.

These persuasion & presentations skills gave me the ability to earn hundreds of pounds per hour, then build a marketing company selling millions of pounds worth of training information.

Thick Back To Your Last Presentation That Mattered

When was the last time that you made a presentation that really matter? Maybe it was a job interview, a sales situation, or marketing offer…

What would it have been worth to know exactly what to say at each stage, so that the other person made a the decision you wanted, and then PAID you?

Start In Person, Then Apply What You Learn To “Masses”

The first step to mastering Presentations Which Pay is to master the “1-on-1” presenting situation.

This is commonly described with words like “persuasion” and selling.

Once you master this level, you can go on to creating presentations for groups, and eventually videos, etc.

Professional Presentation Vs. Unprofessional “Manipulation”

When most people start learning to make Presentations Which PAY, they become nervous - because they don’t want to be seen as “sleazy salespeople”.

Professional presentations are non-manipulative by nature, because they been by finding out what the needs of the other person are.

This in not about “selling” - it’s about helping - really.

3 Proven Presentation Techniques

These three skills have been highly valuable to me, and allowed me to go from “trading time for money: to a massively successful business.

Again: Practice these skills in “1-on-1” situations first, then apply them to “mass marketing” and bigger business situations.

How To Create “Instant Trust”

You can know a million sales tricks, but the other person isn’t likely to give you their money unless they TRUST you.

The fastest way to create trust is to join the other person “in their version of reality”.

This starts with the “animal” level of communication - and rapport - eye contact, posture, gestures, voice tone, and movement rhythm.

Tips For “Instant Trust” Rapport

Look at the other person as you approach them, and notice the way they are holding themselves.

Shift your body language, facial expression, movements into “neutral” - stay relaxed, and focus on them.

As soon as you get a sense of the postures, gestures, voice tone, speed of talking, being to match them - this gives you insight about how they’re feeling, and it also allows what you’re communicating to “land”.

Master Objections & Rejections

The best way to master objections and rejection is to avoid creating them in the first place.

Objections and rejection are created by you, not the person you’re presenting to - and they are created by trying to get them to do something they don’t see as being in their own best interest.

The way to avoid objections and rejection is to ask questions - and the most valuable questions are those about fears, frustrations and pain.

Tips To Prevent Objections

Start your presentation by saying “I’d like to ask you some questions so I can understand your situation…”

Ask questions that start with “What is your biggest frustration with…?” and “What is you biggest fear…?”

Ask “What’s important to you about…?”

Take notes, and listen for any “emotional hot button” words - write those down, to use later (they’re valuable.

A Key Mistake To Avoid

It’s easy to forget that the person who is going through your presentation with you is only focused on themselves - and not on you.

The more you talk about yourself, and say words like “I” and “Me,” and generally refer to yourself, the more likely you are to see the other person “tune out”.

The two words to say most often are “you” and “your”.

Smoothly “Close The Deal” & Get Paid

The most powerful leverage when “closing” a presentation is the motivation of the other person.

What you think is valuable about you offer probably isn’t the key motivator of the other person.

Take their biggest motivator, and link the result they want or want to avoid to something specific about your product, service or offer.

An Example Of “Closing”

For this example, let’s say that you are offering a personal coaching package to help a client lose 20 pounds.

In your “objection prevention” interview session, the other person answered a question about their biggest frustration with “I’m frustrated because no matter what I eat, I can’t loos this fat”.

The key words here are “no matter what I eat” and “can’t lose this fat” (they are focused on eating to lose fat).

Closing Example Continued…

Since you know that they are focused on what they eat, and on losing fat, you would use these to “close the deal”.

To close, you would use their exact “motivators” and exact words - and connect them to your service:

“Based on what you’ve told me, the next step is to do my 10-week fat-loss coaching program. In this program, you’ll learn exactly what to eat to lose your 20 pounds of fat.”

To Learn More About Making “Presentations Which PAY”

If you intend to grow your income, your business, and your financial success, then it’s critical that you master the skill of making “Presentations Which PAY”.

I’ve created a 6-part audio program, with a series of exercise, that will teach you all of the core skills of making professional presentations which work - that result in you getting paid…

Presentations Which PAY...

In This Program You’ll Learn…

How to overcome limiting beliefs about selling

Hoe to present and sell ethically, without manipulation.

The different types of questions to ask to get all of your buyers’s “hot buttons” - so you have powerful motivators to close - and get paid.

What You’ll Learn Continued…

Exact scripts and dialogs to start the conversation, ask questions, probe deeper, and organise a close that results in buying behaviour.

The difference between features, advantages and benefits - and why you should only use ONE of these when making your offer.

How Much Is Your Next Presentation Worth To You?

You’re going to have to persuade a customer - or someone that you’d like to have pay you - soon.

How much is that presentation worth to you?

How much would it be worth to know every step of the process, so that your next presentation WORKS?

Hundreds? Thousands? Tens of thousands?

The Presentation Which PAY Program Is Only £47 - Total

The entire course, including all of the sessions, exercises, and summaries is only £47.

Inside your member’s area you get access to the online “streaming” versions and the “download” versions.

You can download this entire course to take with you on your mobile to listen anywhere.

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Take advantage of this offer now, and you’ll also get a free 1-on-1 strategy session with one of my team of business consultants.

In this session, you’ll create an action plan, learn more selling strategies, and leave with a step-by-step plan to make your next presentation really PAY you.

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I’ve set up a special lint where you can try this program for a full 30 days before you pay for it at MY risk.

The best way I can allow you to see that this program has “the good” - and will allow you to make sales consistently in the future.

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