HOW TO TURN GOOD HABITS INTO SALES

Good habits can transform your career and sales.

I like to check in with my sales team every single day. With daily training and growth, I have been turning good habits into sales. 

I had my sales team sit down and break down the different tips and opportunities available.

By creating good habits with routine, eating healthy, drinking your water, and working out, you can increase your sales. Leaders train, make sacrifices, and they work hard. 

In the insurance industry, we are given the promise of freedom, but what we do with that freedom that determines our earnings. By being clear on training, work ethics, and where we’re going, we can put ourselves in a situation we want to be in. 

Below I have listed my game-changing habits that successful people to increase your sales.

  • Forward thinkers
    • Looking towards the future and the next goals
  • Great habits
    • Eating healthy
    • Drinking water
    • Working out or moving their body every day
    • Focusing on energy
    • Creating a positive routine
  • Training
    • Focus on growth and working towards goals
  • Working hard
    • Driving home what they are working towards every day.

We are constantly making changes within the business to pivot in the right direction. We retain our focus on the future while trying to future our present. I promise if you watch my videos, enroll in my sales training, and put this work into practice, that YOU will see an increase in your sales. Click here to watch the video/

MY CONVERSION SECRETS: HOW TO TURN INSURANCE LEADS INTO SALES PART 2

MY CONVERSION SECRETS: HOW TO TURN INSURANCE LEADS INTO SALES PART 2

In my Free E-Book, I have provided some of my tips and tricks to help you master your calls.

Making these simple adjustments during your phone calls is going to make a huge difference.

First, instead of saying, “Hello, is this Betty,” say “Hello Betty.” By confidently saying their name, you eliminate any thought of being a telemarketer or a salesperson.

Second, use your first name. By not providing your last name or company, the conversation flows easier, and this doesn’t give them an opportunity to interject or try to leave the call.

Third, don’t ask what everyone else does – don’t ask how they are. You don’t know this person, and you don’t care how they are. Don’t make small talk that makes both people uncomfortable.

Fourth, don’t pause. By pausing, you’re waiting for them to take control of the conversation. Have your thought process completed before you get on the call. You will sound more confident, and you direct what is being conversed with.

And finally, sell a “drop-off” time. By only dropping something off, have the opportunity to get face to face with them, and they aren’t worried about you trying to sell something. 

Give these calling tips a try and comment below your thoughts. How did this work for you? Have you done any of these before?