Integrity

No one achieves success in a vacuum. 48 Days has been educating me about success for a long time now, and I came across some information they had from Ray Edwards about crafting a sales message. 

Ray came up with a six step process for crafting a sales message. Here it is. 

  1. Problem or Pain
  2. Amplify
  3. Story/Solution
  4. Testimony
  5. Offer
  6. Response

As a salesman who works on 100% commission this information struck a chord. 

I'm going to use myself as the recipient of this process.

My problem was that I was not getting a clean house, and my laundry was piling up because of the hours it took to run my business. It frustrated my wife, daughter and me to the point I decided to do something about it. I hired my own company to clean and do laundry. It has given us back time to be a family, and it made our stress level go down too. 

We ultimately sell time. I bought my own product/service to solve the problem of dust bunnies and dirty laundry that was piling up. 

I never ask a prospect for a sale if I don't use it myself. Zig Ziglar talked a lot about that, and his message is still circulating among sales professionals who genuinely believe in the product/service they are selling. 

Integrity is the backbone for productive work in any industry, but I think especially sales requires it. 

Let us know if you need maid service Nashville, and know that we do not sell your information to anyone when you contact us. Thank you for making us successful for 9 years. 

Daniel Tomlinson