Selling Strategies for the NON Sales Professional is the title…

February 24, 2009

           ….of my book.   Running a service business is hard enough, but you also have to be able to sell your services in order to STAY in business. Who knew that you would need to have sales skills in addition to being good at your profession?


Sales training may NOT be what you need in order to succeed at developing your confidence and your selling skills. There are a number of things that you can do regularly to increase your contact with prospective customers. Some of them are:


  • Overcoming the fear of rejection
  • Learning how and where to network
  • Discover what “speed bumps” of yours are holding you back from selling your services effectively


Clients choose YOU before they hire you to perform a service for them. You must be able to sell yourself first. Check out my book on, or on my website to read an excerpt.

Better yet, get a copy of my book! You can be your own coach with this interactive workbook. I wrote it for you to be able to get much of what my clients get from me as their coach. Use the techniques that I share here and you will grow your business NOW!

I am passionate about helping people to succeed in their business. I will give you practical support for the price of a few Lattés.




It’s time to be PRO Active

October 6, 2008


……or else you will be Reacting to the coming changes in the economic picture over the next few quarters. Change can mean opportunity for you personally and professionally or it can bring you trouble.  As I write this the pundits are now saying that we are in a recession and the unemployment will go up. Will you be PRO Active or just wait to see what unfolds?


It’s been said that there are 3 types of business people.


  • Those who make things happen
  • Those who watch things happen


  • Those who say “what happened”?

Get face time with your clients and solidify your relationships.

Make it happen!


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