Masterclass: How to pick up the phone in order to get more prospective clients

Does the thought of picking up the phone and calling someone you do not know fill you with dread or even make you feel sick? And at the same time you know it would be immensely valuable to be to do this in order to build new relationships with prospective clients.  This could even help you with the “feast and famine” dips in your business and ensure you have a more consistent flow of work.

Maybe you have tried “Cold calling” in the past and it has not worked and you hated the rejection that came with it.

So if you would like to learn how to “start conversations from cold” that really do develop relationships and lead to business  then join David Festenstein who is a Communication Specialist (Master Practitioner in NLP) and Phone expert who has built relationships
for over 20 years on the phone for companies and trained and coached business people who have had an intrinsic dislike of the phone to do this for themselves.

This Masterclass is FREE when you join in on-line, 8pm 5th April.  Register now and if you can’t make the time, you will be offered a recording.

In this webinar you will learn:

a) How to deal with your phobia/dislike of picking up the phone in the first place
b) How to have an approach that will encourage you to pick up the phone on a regularly basis
c) How to make use of the first 40secs of the call
d) How to work with “gate-keepers” so they can help you get those all important appointments
e) How to monitor your progress  to make sure you stay on track

This Masterclass is FREE when you join in on-line, 8pm 5th April.  Register now and if you can’t make the time, you will be offered a recording.

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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