Presentation Secrets of the Apostle Peter
Selling Among Wolves
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In Session one, I introduce you to the premise for this teaching. It's the day of Pentecost, the birthing of the church. The Holy Spirit came and landed like flames of fire on the heads of the 120 folks gathered and waiting on the Lord. They began to speak in other languages that folks there recognized and some were amazed, while others mocked.
There are a couple important questions you want the prospect to ask you. Your presentation, especially the opening, should endeavor to spark these two questions in the mind and heart of your prospects.
The key to applying Biblical models to business realities is the ability to translate from religious or Biblical language to practical business equivalent language. So for example, "miracles" are things you pull off on behalf of your customers that they didn't know were possible. Wonders arouse curiosity and demand investigation. Signs are for demonstrating proof and communicating a message. When you combine those three things in business, you have a winning combination!
As Peter reaches the climax of his sermon, he makes a statement that has the effect of "cutting them to the heart". This simple to understand, easy to do, but often overlooked strategy is so powerful that it ends up often making people close the deal for you! It worked for Peter and 3000 people made a decision that forever changed their destiny.
Michael is a leading authority on applying Biblical strategy and Natural Law to sales and business. He has written 19 books including The Bible Incorporated, Selling Among Wolves, Rainforest Strategy and 7 Secrets of the Sale.
His unconventional approach to sales and business has resulted in quantum leaps for his clients including a recent team of three that he led to become the 16th fastest growing, privately held company in America on the INC 500 list. For more information on Michael, visit his website: MichaelPink.com
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