With 2020 around the corner and the markets making a few shifts...not in a bad way but causing some folks to be a bit nervous.
Therefore, because of the changes... we CANNOT afford to lose the deals we are getting, and we must be prepared to win as often as we can in all that we do in our businesses.
- How do we win clients over with their eyes wide open?
- How do we build trust and credibility with everyone in the transactions?
- How do we influence others without manipulation?
The answers? Win/Win Negotiating with one of my fav’s… Gail Pelto from Keller Williams, Destin, Fl.
In this Group Call recording... Gail shared some of the very best practices when it comes to negotiating your transactions.
Whether you're negotiating to get a listing or buyers contract signed or you’re negotiating a sales contract… there are some very specific strategies that must be in place in order to get those contracts signed!
Guys, the market is changing…not is a bad way but it is simply adjusting. What that means to all of us is that we must be fully prepared with the very best skills and do all we can to keep the deals we are getting and avoid losing them!
So, how do we avoid losing what we’ve got? “Hone” your negotiation skills with some simple yet profoundly important strategies!
- How to create win/win transactions
- The Psychology of Influence
- The Art of Communication to win more signatures
- How to avoid being attached to the outcome
- And much more including a Q & A at the end to answer your questions
Who is the “Great Gail? The Wizard who in just the last 3 weeks put under contract $3 million in sales volume and listed a $2 million home?
First… she’s a leader in her business! She’s a top seller, a mentor, coach & trainer, she’s professionally trained in the art of selling, a Rotarian, a great client, a great networker, she’s coachable and simply an all-around great person helping others win big in their lives!
Enjoy this recording, take some notes and then ACT!
Now...Make today count,
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