Interaction to Transaction
How to Get Comfortable When Asking for the Sale
1. Low self-esteem
2. Taught to cooperate, not compete
3. Our view of sales
4. The way we network
5. How we transition to the sales conversation
These five topics are covered in the first five chapters of the “Interaction To Transaction” book. As you can imagine, they are unique challenges but are all interwoven.
Then we discuss some other challenges women have around charging what they are worth. Without exception every women business owner we have met and worked with is vastly undercharging for her services. We explore why this is and give you some practical steps to take to start making the money you desire and deserve.
Lastly we address a well-known phenomenon (the high percentage of businesses that fail) by revealing a little-known cause (that only 20% ever achieve in any undertaking), why that is the case and the secret to making sure you are in the 20%.
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