When I started my first business, it was *rough* for me to ask someone to write me a check for less than $100.
I'd be on a sales call knowing if that person chose to work with me, we could make such amazing things happen... but I freaking DREADED the part where we had to talk about the cost.
Fast forward, and now it's no big thang for me to collect $50,000 payments, and having sales conversations are seriously my favourite thing (mostly because I just love talking to and meeting new people).
But the reason I love them so much is because I dropped the notion that a sales conversation is about selling. Spoiler alert: it's not.
After that, everything changed. I now have a ~90% close rate because I'm super intentional with how I approach the entire process, from attracting and qualifying leads to closing the sale. And I'd argue that since doing this, I've never actually SOLD anyone on a sales call – it just all evolves naturally.
If sales conversations (sales calls or DM conversations) are a part of your selling process and it feels like a struggle to get thoses yeses, I want you to know there is a much simpler, easier, aligned way if you're ready for it.
You can close sales without feeling sleazy or salesy. And I'd love to show you how.