The desire to be liked is inherent to the human condition. But as a salesperson a deep understanding of what it is like to be “likeable” is extremely important in the sales process. However, wanting to be liked and please can become a barrier to closing a deal with your client, and as a sales person you have to understand what being “liked” means in a professional relationship.

In this episode of Killer Media Sales, Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson talk about the differences between being liked as a sales professional and being liked as a person. They talk about the DNA of what it is like to be “likeable”, how to avoid becoming a “pleaser” and why relying on your charming personality might keep you away from asking hard questions that can help you identify your client’s needs.

They also discuss how important it is to be liked within your team and your business, and why sometimes it is better to fit in and be part of a team rather than just be liked for the sake of it. The duo also talk about why being respected and being respectful can be more important than being likeable.

Another incredible episode that you can’t miss. Tune in now!

Professional sports players will make small steps to slowly increase their skills, speed, strength and other abilities, and many salespeople will follow a similar regime.

On this week of Killer Media Sales, Hosts Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson delve into the ways in which salespeople can change their mind state about what is possible.

They explore how people limit themselves based on past results, why we are conditioned to be risk averse, and the secret to keeping the furnace burning within you that drives you to achieve more.

All of this and much more on this episode of Killer Media Sales!