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In sales it can be very difficult to not only make your pitch perfect but to also ask for the closing deal at the end of your pitch. People today are more concerned with where their money is going, if they truly NEED this product or service you are selling, and if they can afford it.
When you do get to the end of your pitch and you’re ready to ask for the order, avoid using any sort of tricky measures in order to get them to buy. Customers are not stupid, nor do they appreciate being treated as if they were, and they will definitely walk away if they sense something fishy is going on.
Entrepreneur.com suggests looking at your customers objections or hesitations as a way of being able to provide them with even more information regarding your product in order to make them trust that buying it would be the right thing for them.
Strengthen your confidence every day. This is done by practice, continuous learning, reading, surrounding yourself with successful people, massive activity and the lessons you get from every experience. Put the wisdom from these experiences into your next approach.