The proper formula to make effective phone calls should be followed, but how can you be completely sure you’re following the formula?
Record your calls! The best way to improve your communication skills is to record yourself making calls, both in practice and in live prospecting. Then you can see if you’re doing something like talking too much or being too assertive, etc. You can also talk to your sponsor or teammates to see if they notice anything about your conversations.
Plan to spend twice as long analyzing the recording as it took to record your call. Once you’ve adjusted to hearing yourself on recordings, set aside sufficient time to analyze it, about thirty minutes to review a fifteen minutes call. As you start to analyze the recording, remember to focus on your strengths as well as aspects needing improvement. The problem areas are likely to jump out at you, but don’t overlook those things that you are doing well: being interested in your prospect, not what you will say next; handling questions properly; and so on.
On this video I will show you a tool I’m using to record my calls for free.
Thinking you did well is not enough. Recording yourself will reveal things you didn’t even know existed. Look for ways you can improve. This technique is commonly used by the best networkers in the world. Read the rest of this entry
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