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If it’s too expensive then there is a value gap
by Tony Vidler If there is one objection which continually gets professionals in a tangle it is the client who says “it’s too expensive”. When a client says “too expensive” YOU you haven’t done your job…there is a gap between the value being delivered and value being perceived by the client. A value gap […]
by Tony Vidler One of most powerful marketing tools appears to be one of the least used in professional services. Case studies work so well in professional services because so much of what we can do for clients, or the outcomes they get from working with us, remain a mystery to the non-clients. […]
How EXCEPTIONAL advisers use their time is not like the average!
by Tony Vidler Time management is where there is a huge difference between elite advisers and the average advisers. in fact, it is one of the biggest differentiators that help the best performers stand out and excel. However, the difference isn’t about micro-managing time slots, or about having better time management systems. It […]
by Tony Vidler It is always worth drifting and sifting through some classic books during the holidays and one which threw up a core concept which is worth revisiting was The Feldman Method, by Andrew H. Thomson. Ben Feldman is revered by many as one of the greatest insurance salesman of all time, […]
Showing gratitude: Do your clients know that you value them?
by Tony Vidler Silent gratitude achieves nothing. Yet, gratitude is one of the most powerful emotions because it highlights to others that you value them, or what they have done. But gratitude is worthless if you never express it. It also happens to be one of the most simple ways of […]
by Tony Vidler Trust is built over time. It is earned. It is not given automatically to most professionals by most prospective clients at the outset. That’s a reality. The very best we can hope for when someone doesn’t really know us yet is to be trusted enough to be given a chance to prove […]
An old-school attention-grabbing technique that still works!
by Tony Vidler In the bid to cut through the clutter and noise that surrounds prospects today we often overlook the simple things that used to work – and still will work if we use them. In fact, arguably some of the old-school marketing techniques are potentially more useful in the digital world simply because […]
by Tony Vidler Sometimes when professional advisers are struggling to engage meaningfully with prospective clients, or struggling to get them to engage at all, the solution is to go back to the very basics and question whether YOU are delivering value in their minds. In the continual battle to be relevant and valuable […]
Blending Old Ways With Modern Comms To Get Attention
by Tony Vidler Blending the old and the new can be a great way to stand out in the digital world, and there are few better examples than this one from an older adviser who was happy for me to share it. He generates excellent engagement and responses…and it is so simple! Remember […]
by Tony Vidler By now pretty much everyone has got the mantra that people do business with people that they know, like and trust, but which comes first? Where do you start on building that presence, or relationship? Simple questions perhaps, however when you are first meeting prospective clients and know full well that you […]