I don't know if it's because I spent 10 years in corporate selling to major department stores like Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Shopbop, Amazon, Zappos, and more, or because I spent 8 years in retail on the sales floor, but I view sales so differently than most entrepreneurs who I talk to.
When I talk about sales to my clients or members of The Doers, they share with me that sales feels like stealing, it feels gross, unethical, awkward or even...wrong. And I get it, we see all the gross parts of sales. The "Hey babe love what you're doing!" DM's. The guy who sells straighteners in the mall who just tries to touch your hair (why do we ALL have this experience lol). The "used car salesman" overused story of someone who will con you into a bad purchase. We see these and they stand out in our minds because we are grossed out by them, and rightfully so!
These are definitely sales examples. Bad sales examples.
Good sales looks totally different and one example of it is this page right here. This sales page you are reading. When you understand the ways to share what you do in a way that connects with others, is clear about your process and deliverables, and uses my proprietary methods and three step selling system that ensures you will always find clients that meant for your services, you will sing a different tune about selling.
There's a new and easy way to sell your products and services and you won't want to miss the lightbulb moments that continue to blow my clients mind, change their businesses, and have brought over $20M to my clients + I historically.