Use these 4 VOCAL TONES in your next Strategy Session

Use these 4 VOCAL TONES in your next Strategy Session

Mark here with a HOT way to rock your strategy sessions.

I’m sure you know, that especially on the phone – how you use your VOICE makes all the difference in the world.

If you sound “fearful” when you mention the price of your hot, juicy program – it will convey all the OPPOSITE emotions that lead your potential client to enroll.

So here are 4 Vocal Tones to use in your Strategy Sessions to ENROLL MORE CLIENTS:

  1. Happy Enthusiasm – this is the perfect way to START the call.
  2. Slow and Deep – when you want to really emphasize something, like a turning point in your personal story or have them feel the cost of “not” working with you – by speaking slowly and deeply, it causes them to focus better.
  3. Casual – when you’re asking questions about their challenges, desires and story that would otherwise feel potentially “intrusive” – they’ll feel more comfortable opening up to you.
  4. Shock and awe – when you talk about the results you’ve achieved, say it in awe and shock. This makes you feel more human and trustworthy – instead of possibly arrogant when talking about your rocking success.

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4 thoughts on “Use these 4 VOCAL TONES in your next Strategy Session

    1. Great question Lauren, post this Q on the FB page and we’ll answer it there for everyone to benefit..but yes you want to keep the energy high and celebrate their YES! And let them know you’re excited to be with them on this journey for xyz you’re going to help them with. Get them excited about how to dive in and get started and what they’ll be receiving in their inbox for welcome steps.

  1. HI Mark and Shannon, I have been enjoying the best time of my life. I am just now getting used to the consciousness of abundance through the prosperity that I have created with your system . Magnificent! Many Blessings and thank you! My question #1: When someone says yes, I have been sending them an email to a link. Should I stay on the line with them and take them through the link? Or let them go on their own. #2 How can I graciously ask for referrals.

    1. Awesome Gregory! We love you! Great, when someone says yes, you can let them know exactly what’s coming so they can get started (welcome email with link is perfect). Tell them when it’s coming and what the subject line is. No need to take them through those steps on the phone but give them a time frame of when they should dive in and get started. You can ask for referrals after they’re seeing awesome results in the program or after they graduated. That will make the referrals more powerful from their own experience! Feel free to post on the FB page for more support from us!

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