Meet Our “Influencer of the Week,” Jevon Wooden!

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Jevon Wooden, CEO of BrightMind Consulting Group

Nominated by: LaTisha Styles


BrightMind Consulting Group CEO Jevon Wooden is a dynamic business growth coach, speaker, author, and Bronze Star Recipient passionate about leadership, business strategy, effective communication, marketing, and technology, and helping motivated individuals and businesses achieve their goals.

Connect with Jevon on LinkedIn, follow him on Twitter and Instagram, subscribe to his Youtube channel, or visit his website to learn more about his work. You may also listen to his podcast, Design Your Life And Business: The Podcast For Leaders.


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Selling is a critical aspect of any business and a crucial skill for anyone looking to succeed in their career. Whether you are a salesperson, entrepreneur, or working in a customer-facing role, the ability to sell effectively is an essential part of your toolkit. However, selling can be complex and challenging, and it is necessary to understand the fundamental principles that drive successful sales.

Here are my three keys to selling and the actionable tips for implementing these principles in your selling approach.

1. Understanding Your Customer

The first key to selling is to understand your customer truly. That means taking the time to get to know their needs, challenges, and motivations, as well as their buying process and decision-making criteria. You can gather this information through direct conversations with the customer, researching their company and industry, and understanding their unique pain points and requirements. When you deeply understand your customer, you can tailor your sales approach to their specific needs, making it much easier to build rapport and close the sale.

2. Building Relationships

The second key to selling is to build strong relationships with your customers. Relationships are the foundation of any successful sales effort, and they are built on trust, respect, and a genuine interest in helping your customer solve their problems. You can build relationships by actively listening to your customer, being responsive to their needs, and demonstrating your expertise and value. Establishing a solid relationship with your customer will create a foundation for future sales and increase the likelihood of repeat business.

3. Closing the Sale

The final key to selling is to close the sale. The most critical part of the sales process is closing the deal, where you convert the opportunity into a paying customer. To complete the sale, you must be confident, clear, and concise in your sales pitch and be able to address any objections or concerns the customer may have effectively. Additionally, it is vital to ask for the sale, as many sales are lost simply because the salesperson never explicitly asked for the business.

The three keys to selling are understanding your customer, building relationships, and closing the sale. By focusing on these three fundamental principles, you can improve your selling skills and achieve greater success in your sales efforts. Remember, selling is a skill that can be learned and developed over time, so be persistent, stay positive, and keep practicing.


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