The best way to be effective at selling is to understand your target audience, to be able to see the world through their eyes, with their perspective. When you're able to step into their shoes in that way, you will have an almost indescribable power over them, you'll be able to create a bond with them that is hard to explain with words.
If you're not able to convince them to buy from you, you have not learned to view the world the way your customers do. You have not learned to see, hear and FEEL the world through your customers’ shoes.
And you have not learned to speak to them in the language that will make them want what you have!
You may be speaking English, you may be using words that they understand, but you're just not speaking their language.
That's the absolute #1 reason why most people are not able to sell anything to others. They just don't take the time out to understand their target market.
Most men would agree that women seem to speak a foreign language. Of course, most women would claim that men just don't understand them.
And you know what? They're both right!
Women DO speak a different language, even if they are using the same "words" as men are. They think, see, and feel very differently than men. Therefore, they vocalize their thoughts and feelings differently.
There are very few men who can seduce a woman with just his words. Very few indeed. Just ask a woman.
Most men will try to wine and dine a woman, they'll try to impress her with their money or car or job. They'll even try to be as obedient and compliant as they possibly can. That just makes matters worse. It just doesn't work!
So, how are these small group of men able to make a woman melt with just their words?
Simple. They have learned the 'language' that women speak. They have learned, and they understand, how women view the world.
For this reason alone, they are able to touch women in ways that most men will never be able to.
I'll show you how to do this in a later article.Tags: target audience, English language, Religion Belief, foreign language, Social Sciences, Language education <BR/>