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Describe Your Advice Services In Practical Terms To Get More Buy-In
by Tony Vidler Advice should, almost by definition, be “practical”. Your advice services should be practical in that can be applied in the real world to achieve real differences, and any advice in any of your areas of expertise should be a clear course of action that a client can use to achieve a […]
8 Seconds to Get – or Lose – Your Prospect. Maybe less.
by Tony Vidler You will get or lose your prospect – your potential future client – in just 8 seconds….well, actually it is a lot less than that. The clock is ticking…and a lot faster than you realise. In reality you have 3 seconds or less to get them to engage with you and […]
7 Warning Signs That The Prospect Is Wrong For You
by Tony Vidler No matter how hard you try to get it right, sometimes the prospect is wrong for you. You are wasting your time and would be best to just cut your losses and move on quickly. They are not a right fit for you, or you are not a right fit for […]
by Tony Vidler We can break a probable sale or make the sale in an instant. It can turn on a phrase or sometimes even a single word. The words we use matter. When it comes to the words we use in conversation we all have our own idiosyncracies and quirks of speech, and […]
by Tony Vidler Creating and keeping happy clients IS essential for the success of a professional practice. There is no question about that. But is it enough to help a practice grow at a greater than industry average pace? I don’t believe so. Being a great practitioner and running an efficient & […]
by Tony Vidler There are many barriers which can prevent a prospect from engaging in the professional financial advice process, and those prospect barriers are our problem to address. WE have to try and eliminate or negate all of them. The first step in understanding how to negate them is of course […]
by Tony Vidler Simply creating trust with a prospective client is the initial hurdle to having them engage in the advice process. To be fair the required level of trust initially is relatively low – can they trust you not to waste their time…can they trust that you really know what you are doing….can […]
by Tony Vidler Testimonials are great marketing, but they are losing their effectiveness a little if you still do them conventionally. All is not lost with testimonials however, as one small change CAN make them resonate with your target audience a little better. Consumers are not silly and they know we are never […]
by Tony Vidler Becoming an advice client is not quick and easy for consumers really…every decision, every solution, every recommendation seems to be a major journey for them. We know it is true, and we know that the process of onboarding a new client takes longer than ever and more barriers to engagement […]
by Tony Vidler If we can make more effective advice recommendations we increase comprehension and engagement and shorten the implementation timeframe. That’s good for everyone involved in the process. More people will follow our advice, we help more people get the outcomes they are looking for, and business is better for everyone. So […]