When you hear the phrase, “Go For No,” how does that make you feel?
- Does hearing “go for no” make you uncomfortable?
- Do you feel kind of creepy or pushy?
- Does it trigger fear of rejection?
What if I were to tell you that the services you offer could be the answer to someone’s prayers?
What if I were to say that money and the exchange of it is a dignified conversation?
Do you suppose then that talking with clients and finding out their needs could be a good thing?
When you Go For No, you’re not pushy.
You’re not even confrontational. Instead, going for no is a simple conversation that finds out what your clients need and don’t need.
If you fear hearing the word “No,” I invite you to join me on a journey. Let’s examine why that word is one of the most helpful words on your path to success.
- “No” defines boundaries.
- The word “No” allows you to “know” your client better.
- “No” helps you know where you stand and what needs to improve before you can get to yes.
- “No” is “no-thing” to be afraid of in business.
That’s why we say “Go For No.”
Our 360 Group recently met for our first in-person event in Atlanta. It was a great time, and we all learned new techniques about running our businesses better.
Along the lines of “No,” we learned incredible things about both ourselves and our team members.
- We learned what we would no longer tolerate as business owners who want to grow our annual revenues.
- Marketing is nothing to fear.
- Potential clients will more often say yes to you when you communicate with them and educate them through video marketing.
- We discovered that going for no really means not giving up until we have found our God-given purpose.
Take the NO Fear Journey with Brian Gillis.
At You Net Results, we offer coaching groups for auto repair shop owners and service advisors. Together along with your fellow automotive professionals, you can reach a turnaround point. Then, you will evolve from a business owner to a confident business leader, by eliminating the obstacles holding you back.
Are you ready? Let’s do this.
If you’d like to find out more, then contact us for a complimentary consultation. Brian Gillis will discuss your business strategies and then find ways to improve your annual revenue and company culture.