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Natasha Hemmingway on The Sales Evangelist Podcast

For many salespeople, a change in mindset encourages growth as you cultivate your sales practice. And on today’s episode of The Sales Evangelist, Donald is joined by sales consultant and speaker Natasha Hemmingway to learn her 5-step formula to rewire the brain and think like a sales pro. With 16 years of corporate sales experience (and multiple years as a professional sales consultant), Natasha believes that sales changes everything. It gives us access, and opportunities to impact and influence others and help solve their problems.

Step One: Mindset

  • Many sales teams focus exclusively on the numbers, hustling for new clients purely for financial gain. But this mentality just doesn’t help anyone.
  • Selling with heart means putting the client at the front of your selling technique. Serving them should be your priority. 
  • Selling is a partnership just as much as it is a transaction, and it is the willingness to walk away from a deal if it isn’t right for the prospect.

Step Two: Communication 

  • Communication cannot come without the proper mindset, and it requires an understanding of what you’re selling and who you’re selling it to.
  • In your communication, come from a place of confidence, ease, and grace.
  • Most small and mid-size companies need to focus on their main thing. Selling dozens of slightly different products doesn’t encourage a purchase; it prevents it.
  • Developing your authentic sales voice will help the client determine their best purchase (which should be your goal.)

Step Three: Energy 

  • How are you showing up to work? People know if you’re nervous, anxious, or just want money. You just can’t hide it. 
  • Without the proper energy, you will encounter challenges converting sales and finding growth, regardless of how good your product or service might be.

Step Four: A sales process 

  • Solo entrepreneurs, small businesses, and even medium-sized businesses frequently don’t have a sales process. 
  • If you wing your sales process, you’re likely repeating the same mistakes. A sales process quickly helps increase conversions and prevent these mistakes. 
  • At a minimum, a sales process should detail the components of a sales call, pricing, follow-up, and closing.

Step Five: A sales strategy 

  • Even if your business is similar to fifty other people, your sales strategy and process are likely quite different. 
  • People (especially in the sales world) mimic what they believe is successful. But can you deliver your authentic self while trying to be someone else? (Hint: No.)

Natasha’s main takeaway? If you aren’t communicating and touching the human behind the payment, there’s a critical gap in your sales process. Connect with Natasha on LinkedIn or Instagram, and visit natashahemmingway.com for free downloads, sales quizzes, and other excellent resources.

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About the Author The Sales Evangelist

Donald is the host of the popular sales podcast,"The Sales Evangelist". He is the founder of The Sales Evangelist Consulting Firm where he helps small companies develop killer sales process to scale their business and increase growth.

Donald is also an award-winning speaker, sales trainer, and coach. He's a big fan of traveling, South Florida staycations and high-quality family time. Donald has a belief that “anyone” can sell if they have the desire and receives the proper training.

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