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When it comes to sales, when it comes to closing, there arewords that you wanna use to close, to sell more ofyour products and services. And there are words that youabsolutely want to avoid. Today I wanna teach yousomething very, very practical. I'm gonna teach you 27 words that you want to avoid in sales. Here we go. Number one, to be honest with you. Have you ever heard of thatone before from a salesperson? Comment below. Just to be honest with you. Right, this is the bestprice that we could give you. To be honest with you orwe never give this deal to anybody else. Now, what happens is right after usually to be honest with you,what you are telling the prospect is, well,all the conversation you've had up to thispoint, it's a lie, right? 'Cause to be honestwith you, it means what? You have not been honest withme this whole time, right? You've been lying tome, is this what it is? Or how 'bout this one? To be frank with you. It's the same idea. Oh, means that you havenot been up front with me? You have not been frankwith me this whole time, the last two hours, the last one hour, or since I've known you,is that what this is? Don't use that word. Number two, trust me. Have you ever heard of that one? Just trust me on this. Yeah, this is a greatdeal, just trust me, man. Trust me. Usually, when people haveto say, oh, trust me, do you trust them? No, right? It's like, yeah, I'm aChristian, just trust me. It is such a bad word to use. If you want someone to trust you and if you're trustworthy, do you have to tell people trust me? No, because your actionspeaks louder than your words. Your action would show through. Your action woulddemonstrate if a prospect or someone should trust you or not. So don't use those words,don't use trust me. Here's another one, sorry to bother you. Sorry to bother you. Then why the hell are you bothering me? If you feel so sorry about it then just don't bother me in the first place. Sometimes I get these phone calls. Oh, you know, sir, sorry to bother you. Then don't call me, don't bother me. Like, you hang up. Why are you calling me in the first place? Why are you botheringme in the first place? Why are you wasting my time? Before you do anything when it comes to closing in sales, usuallythe prospect has the power. The closer, the salesperson,doesn't have the power. In order to close, inorder to be more effective as a closer, you wanna flipthe table around, right? There's always one partythat has the higher status than the other party. You wanna level that up, right? The minute you...


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