Episode 51: Unwrapping Your Gifts, with Lisa Sasevich

Honored with the Distinguished Mentor Award from the Business Expert Forum at the Harvard Faculty Club, recipient of the coveted eWomenNetwork Foundation Champion award for her generous fundraising, and ranked on the prestigious Inc. 500/5000 list of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies for 2 years in a row, Lisa Sasevich “The Queen of Sales Conversion” teaches experts who are making a difference how to get their message out and enjoy massive results, without being “salesy.”

After 25 years of winning Top Sales Awards and training senior executives at companies like Pfizer and Hewlett-Packard, she left corporate America and put her skills to the test as an entrepreneur delivering high-impact sales-closing strategies for turbo-charging entrepreneurs and small business owners to great profits. In just a few short years, Lisa created a multi-million dollar home-based business with two toddlers in tow. Lisa really is the undisputed expert on how to make BIG money doing what you love!

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Lisa transitioned from corporate to entrepreneurial life — which wasn’t exactly a leap from one to the other
  • How to identify what it is you are meant to do by asking yourself, “What do people like to pick my brain about?”
  • The gifts that we need to unwrap that contain our personal keys to success
  • Two nuggets of information you can do immediately after the show to start moving your sales job into a successful direction
  • Getting clear on the offer but figuring out exactly what your offering to others is and why that offer is irresistible
  • Deliver what you offer by figuring out exactly how to grab the client’s attention and transforming them via the experience
  • One of the biggest mistakes people make in sales: leaving out or forgetting about the “limiter”
  • Clear examples of what limiters are and how they work to help build your success at sales
  • The three key things Lisa Sasevich wish she knew first so that she could have built a $100,000,000 business sooner

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