Some people have the gift of the gab and seem to have the ease to sell just about anything to anyone without breaking a sweat!
It appears that it is all in what they are saying to convince the buyer, but it is actually more than this alone.
No one can be sold to without a bit more effort than that and it might be surprising to know that there are steps to closing the deal that are made to look so simple.
Everyone knows someone who has convinced them of doing something or making a decision they would never have considered without their input or persuasion.
Perhaps you have even played that role for someone else without that sole intention.
The reality is that we are all consumers who buy and sell on a daily basis.
We live in a world that still barters but with much more sophistication.
This includes our children too, and they learn the skills required amongst their peers during childhood.
There are personalities amongst young people who grow up to be leaders, entrepreneurs and risk takers.
This can be seen by the way children assume roles in their play from an early age.
It’s not necessarily obvious things but more like the tactics and strategies they use in games and interactions with others.
There may be children who find it easy to share their ideas and thinking with others quite naturally and without a deliberate agenda.
They could have an influence over others that helps decide how the play will be structured and how it may flow.
This does not necessarily mean that the loudest or most confident personalities will be most dominant either.
Sometimes quieter personalities can have as much or more influence by their very nature using less pressure to convert or convince others with much less expectation on the outcome.
Can you imagine a time when you may have been sold to without realising it?
It’s actually much more a subtle process than you may think to buy when all of your senses are appealed to.
The art is in all in the way it is described, and the perceived benefits simply outweigh the risks. Building up the similarities between buyers and sellers means helping find solutions to problems sooner and more consciously with a fairer sense of exchange between parties,
To find out more about the psychology behind trading and business that considers personalities and a focus of matching the ideal client to their ideal business harmoniously go to The Prosperity Project to find out more.