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Respond to the objection, "That has value, but not for me." Strategy 3 of 3


Prevent - Preempt - Respond

When does it usually occur? After the initial introduction of your products/services.
Probable Cause: Prospect does not believe he/she has the responsibility or authority to move forward.
Objective: Find the pain and the gain for each decision-maker in your sale.

Response Strategy 2 of 3: Many of us sell products and services where the big-bang benefits of our Unique Selling Points are not obvious. You may need to lead them with a few suggestions about the value, or ask about "pain" or "gain" points for their specific job and responsibilities.

For example, “Let me back up a moment and ask you about _____.”

Now, ask your diagnostic questions about pain or gain about your Unique Selling Point’s Advantages and Benefits.

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