40 min

Unleash Your Inner Negotiator: Lessons from Brian Wills' 'NO...' Book Sales Genius

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Welcome back to the Sales Genius Podcast!

In today's episode titled "Unleash Your Inner Negotiator: Lessons from Brian Will's' 'NO...' Book," we have a special guest, Brian Wills. Brian is a best-selling author and serial entrepreneur with over 35 years of experience in sales and negotiation. His book, "No: The Psychology of Sales Negotiation," offers 40 invaluable tips that can transform your approach to sales. We are thrilled to have him on the show to discuss his book and share some incredible insights. In this episode, Brian emphasizes the importance of avoiding technical jargon and unfamiliar terms in sales conversations. He explains that when listeners hear something they don't understand, their brain stops and tries to unravel the meaning, causing them to lose focus on the speaker. This leads to confusion and missed opportunities. Brian introduces the "pause for effect" technique, which allows salespeople to check in with their clients throughout the sales process and ensure understanding. While some may naturally employ this technique, others may need to practice it consciously. Through captivating examples and personal experiences, Brian reveals powerful strategies for overcoming objections, mastering sales closing, and building client trust. He highlights the importance of effective fact-finding, the impact of emotional connection in sales, and the necessity of understanding and accepting rejection. Brian provides practical techniques and specific scripting exercises to navigate common objections and create productive conversations with potential clients. So whether you're in the insurance industry, automotive industry, an entrepreneur, or a business owner on LinkedIn, this episode is packed with wisdom and insights to boost your negotiation skills. Join our hosts, Joe Ingram, and AmyLee Westervelt, as they explore the fascinating world of sales and negotiation with the brilliant Brian Wills.

Get ready to unleash your inner negotiator! Let's dive in.

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Welcome back to the Sales Genius Podcast!

In today's episode titled "Unleash Your Inner Negotiator: Lessons from Brian Will's' 'NO...' Book," we have a special guest, Brian Wills. Brian is a best-selling author and serial entrepreneur with over 35 years of experience in sales and negotiation. His book, "No: The Psychology of Sales Negotiation," offers 40 invaluable tips that can transform your approach to sales. We are thrilled to have him on the show to discuss his book and share some incredible insights. In this episode, Brian emphasizes the importance of avoiding technical jargon and unfamiliar terms in sales conversations. He explains that when listeners hear something they don't understand, their brain stops and tries to unravel the meaning, causing them to lose focus on the speaker. This leads to confusion and missed opportunities. Brian introduces the "pause for effect" technique, which allows salespeople to check in with their clients throughout the sales process and ensure understanding. While some may naturally employ this technique, others may need to practice it consciously. Through captivating examples and personal experiences, Brian reveals powerful strategies for overcoming objections, mastering sales closing, and building client trust. He highlights the importance of effective fact-finding, the impact of emotional connection in sales, and the necessity of understanding and accepting rejection. Brian provides practical techniques and specific scripting exercises to navigate common objections and create productive conversations with potential clients. So whether you're in the insurance industry, automotive industry, an entrepreneur, or a business owner on LinkedIn, this episode is packed with wisdom and insights to boost your negotiation skills. Join our hosts, Joe Ingram, and AmyLee Westervelt, as they explore the fascinating world of sales and negotiation with the brilliant Brian Wills.

Get ready to unleash your inner negotiator! Let's dive in.

avoiding technical jargon, unfamiliar terms, sales presentations, sales conversations, loss of focus, confusion, pause for effect, checking in, conscious practice, "chicken" example, price range, middle range, lower-priced option, client hesitates, interest, decision, gathering information, effective fact-finding, talking too much, remembering, successful connections, positive reactions, engagement, sales process, sales organizations, goal, handling rejection, clear response, sales managers, training and support, War Games, Brian Will, No: The Psychology of Sales Negotiation, Joe Ingram, Amy Lee, verbal contract, trust, likability, active listening, objections, connective response, talking too much, pausing for effect, anticipation, scripting techniques, trust-building, wall of mistrust, specific script, second book, understanding psychology, emotionally connecting, car sales, educating the client, own boss, guidance, clear instructions, Brian Will Media, insurance industry, automotive industry, entrepreneurs, business owners, negotiation, wisdom, insights

#salesgenius #brianwill #negotiations

40 min