Let’s try on the idea of you being as ruthlessly discerning with your prospective clients, if a little kinder in your language. What are the questions you would like to know in advance of working with a client to determine if this relationship is going to work?
Win Without Pitching®: Thinking
The goal of value-based pricing is not to charge more—that’s merely a beneficial consequence. The goal of value-based pricing is to create an organization that is intently focused on creating extraordinary customer value.
If you want to predict your likelihood of winning new business (and therefore whether or not it makes sense to pour resources into the opportunity) just ask yourself this one question.
Money, money, money. Most of us, I believe, have poor relationships with money. Another belief of mine is that some of us have warped or skewed views on the topic that we think are universally shared by others when they are not.
In this article I’ve tried to sift through these ideas and hold up the truths that I think are universal across time and cultures, and in so curating them maybe I’ll be able to help you improve your relationship with money and earn more.
The moment in the sales cycle when a prospect who previously had you boxed into the vendor position in the relationship…
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