August 19, 2020     Daily Post

Identifying Problems

Identifying Problems

The way we define the problem informs how we approach its resolution:

“I have a sales problem”: Do you? Is it only objection isolation and motivating closes that is holding you back, or could it be the offer, value you bring or the connection you form (or don’t form) that is influencing your sales performance?

“I have a conversions problem”: Do you? Is it only progression point targeting and bucket testing that you require in order to solve this, or could it be the offer, the value you bring or the connection you form (or don’t form) that is influencing people’s decision to move forward with you?

“I have a churn problem”: Do you? See where this is going yet?

The more we enter the world of our audience, the more we can see the nuance of their world and that which truly influences them to change for the better.

Door’s open.