Hi everyone!!! Is anyone attending the Suzanne Evans' Be The Change this April in Orlando? If so, please send me an email so we can connect at the event! It would so much fun to meet a few of you in person!!
This is great, Michelle. I arrive on Sunday! I know a little early, but at another event week prior and will travel directly to Orlando after other event. I'll send you a private message on how we can connect while there. I'm getting excited as this event draws closer.
To be fair, in the middle of it is when my neck problems started (I had a fusion surgery and 3 months of recovery when I got back LOL)
She gives good info, but I felt it was really geared towards other coaches and I'm a much softer sell to my own clients. It was nice to have the information though. I do love her style, but there was a lot of selling of her stuff. Again, not horrible. I dunno. It was mostly stuff I had heard before though, to be honest.
Michelle - well, you know me, right? Whatever "normal" is, I'm back to it. LOL!
Yes, I have my own way of selling clients. It nets me about 1/3 that I quote, which isn't a bad turnover. I dunno, I think bookkeeping is a little different in that I must have a good rapport with them. It's definitely about mutual trust and I'm not afraid to pass if I don't get a good vibe from them. I'm interested to see what you think!
Hi Candy, I do understand from others that there is a lot of selling at her event...If I was attending as a participant, I would make up my mind before attending that I would take my normal 24 hours to make any decision on buying. I would have to be strong in that conviction and not get caught up in the hype - the heat of the moment. (I'm attending with one of my clients who is a sponsor...so I will be at my client's booth for much of the event.)
...and would love to meet any other VA that will be attending!
Candy, yes bookkeeping is it's own "beast" when it comes to sales because in my opinion there is a higher level of trust needed to convert the sale. Luckily most of mine are WOM so the "sales cycle" is reduced, almost non-existent.