I've had a lot of conversations recently with business owners and managers who don't want to be too 'salesy'.
They worry that if they talk up their business too much, and describe all its benefits in great detail, they'll sound like they're boasting. They don't want to be 'pushy'.
Does this sound like you?
Are you good at telling people about your business? How good are you at selling what you do?
I'd say that out of every 100 businesses I work with, fewer than 20 are actually good at selling themselves. Even those that are good at selling could do it more. So there's huge scope for growth of your business.
Here are some suggestions, and responses to frequent comments and concerns about selling and promoting your business, whether you do it in words on your website, in your social media or in person. Read more here:
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