Public Workshop Invitation
Want an invite to my upcoming sales training workshop? Check out this brief 2-minute video and then pick your favorite city by pressing a button below (either Dallas or Chicago) and then fill out a simple contact form.
Once you’ve selected a location, I’ll send all of the details (including an early bird discount!) after we finalize the logistics.
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TRANSCRIPT: If you or somebody you know would be interested in spending a full day with me improving your selling skills, then this video is for you. If that’s not something you’re interested in, then you just don’t even need to watch the rest of this.
So, here’s what’s going on. Earlier this week I decided that I would be bringing a public workshop to two different locations, Dallas and Chicago. We’re going to be doing that during the month of June. Now specific locations, specific dates, details have not been worked out.
The purpose of this video is to simply see whether or not you would be interested in getting an invitation to the event in either Chicago or the event in Dallas. So, what specifically happens during a public workshop like this? Well, the exact same stuff that happens when I do a corporate workshop. So specifically we’ll be looking at the art of prospecting.
So, I will be working with everybody there to create a more clear, concise and compelling value proposition. So if outbound prospecting is something you do, whether it be email or voicemail or direct mail, LinkedIn, networking events, we’re going to help you create that better value proposition.
Second thing we’ll be looking at is just the science of follow-up. What do you do when a prospect or a customer goes dark and leaving another voicemail and sending another email is not the answer. So we’ll look very specifically at what does the science say? How do you know when you’re being persistent versus when you cross the line and be a pest?
A third thing we’ll be working on is creating a library of over 25 different high impact sales questions that you can use to help drive the conversation deeper. I mean, if your sales questions today aren’t disturbing and enlightening, then I think this will be a session you would find a lot of value in. We’ll be spending some time in the afternoon looking at a specific six-step process for creating sales presentations that get results, that motivate your listener to take action.
So if this is something you’re even remotely interested in, here’s what I need you to do. Either click on the button for Chicago or click on the button for Dallas and we’ll make sure that you get all the details as we work out the final logistics.
My name is Tim Wackel, thanks again for watching.