If you're like me, then you probably don't like rejection.
In fact, no one likes rejection. I read a book several years ago called "Go For No". It made sense at the time but it assumed the pretense that a person must be told No in order to get a Yes.
Basically it was a book about seeing rejection as a positive.
That's a great thought for most people and it sold a lot of books!
But when you really think about it... that's kind of a dumb approach.
A few months ago i had the thought of "what if I had potential customers apply to be customers of mine"
I thought of it while looking at private schools for my son, here in Austin.
The schools that charge the most, are also the hardest to get into.
They make you apply to give them money each month and a lot of it!
So i thought how could I help other people do this in their own business.
What if there was a way that you could avoid rejection all together and actually make yourself more valuable in your potential customers eyes?
What if there was a way that you could sell even more of your products and services in a way that caused your customer to hold you in high regard, whether they purchased something from you or not?
Well there is such a way and it is nothing short of A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.
It's called the Application Method.
I recently put together a training
for personal trainers and online health and fitness experts that would show them a way to comfortably and effectively sell more of their products and services (supplements, online training, personal training, gear, etc)
Here's how it works:
I'll use an online health & fitness expert as an example.
If i was an online health & fitness expert I would post generic and valuable content on social media and increase my reach thru reciprocity ads (videos where you teach something value with absolutely nothing to sell)
One post might be:
Do you know the #1 Exercise to burn the most body fat?
A) 20 mins Cardio B) Heavy Deadlifts C) Jumping Jacks D) Arm Curls
(this gets engagement and tells facebook's algorithm that i'm important
Then i would post several other valuable posts.
"The truth about avocados and are they really good for you?"
"Why you should never do cardio again if you want a 6-pack"
etc etc etc...
THEN i would post a before and after of one of my clients, shout him or her out and at the bottom i would put
P.S. In case you don't know, i offer free 15 minute coaching sessions to share a couple strategies that will help you start getting some serious results. Comment: Send Details and i'll PM you
After the comment i will private message them a link to a survey that looks like this: