When it comes to the Direct Selling Industry, it is necessary to be honest and genuine. You want your services/product to benefit your customers, not just your wallet. If you are solely interested in earning income through your sale, and not the satisfaction your customer will receive through buying your product, you may be breaking the Direct Selling Association’s (DSA) Code of Ethics. Thus, I emphasize the importance of helping instead of selling.
When approaching a potential customer/distributor, it is important to not be a push over. It is your customer’s decision, not yours. There are several personal reasons why people reject your product/services, whether it’s financial reasons, the wrong timing, or they are unsure, it is important to respect their decision. If you truly want to help your customers, you will respect their choice and reach back out to them when the time is right.
Further, it is necessary to target the right audience in order to sell to your customers’ needs. You wouldn’t try and sell hard candy to a man with no teeth. Thus, it is important to sell to your customers’ needs and introduce them to your product/services only if it is actually going to benefit them. This will make it easier when delivering your pitch because it will be honest and your potential customer will most likely be interested in what you have to say, knowing that it will actually be useful and helpful.
Last, think about how the product you’re selling has personally helped you and use your experience as a tool to help others. If you feel passionate about your product and are happy with the results you have received, this should be easy.
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