Tuesday Tip of the Week!

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Check out the tip this week: 

 

Should you leave a voicemail or not when prospecting for new clients?
 
⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 100 % YES! ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
 
Here is my personal story of why, and tips for leaving a great voicemail.
 
 
📞 Her name was Shelli and she was the firm administrator (decision maker) for a pretty big law firm. Over the course of about 2-3 years, I must have left her a voicemail on average about once a month.  I also mailed information to her several times throughout those few years of radio silence.
 
I'll never forget my excitement when I finally heard a variation of this message on my voicemail. "Shawn, this is Shelli____.   I have received and listened to ALL of your messages. I am now in the market for your services. I have appreciated your persistence, enthusiasm and knowledge. I'm ready to work with you. Please call me at XXX-XXXX."
 
⭐️ Shelli turned out to be a wonderful client who gave me tons of referrals and we developed a mutually respected relationship.
 
 
✅ Now a few points.  

  • Many sales will happen a lot sooner than 2-3 years of prospecting.
  • Some sales will happen longer out than 3 years.
  • Some sales will never happen.
  • Some prospects will call you back.
  • Some never will.

 
 
The point is you have to do the work to find your business people that you resonate with. They won't know you're there and what you can do for them unless you tell them.
 
 
✔️ Your future clients deserve to have you do the work of finding them so they can benefit from your exceptional yoga teaching talents.
 
 
Mostly, the employees need you to reach out to the businesses they work at, so that you can bring the healing benefits of yoga and meditation right to them at their work.
 
 
 
📞 Pick up the phone now and make a few calls and since you'll get a lot of voicemails, write a script.
 
Here is a basic one to get you started:

  • Introduce yourself
  • State what you do (one sentence)
  • Tie in a benefit (what do they gain by working with you)
  • Leave your number and name again (slowly)


 
 
 
⭐️ Want 5 more tips for teaching corporate yoga?  
 
Sign up for the 20 hour course TODAYA Blueprint for Teaching Corporate Yoga waitlist here.
 
You'll receive the bonus training, with a first chance to register for the 20 hour CE course.
 

 

To your success,

Shawn

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