Here’s How To Get People To Like And Trust You Instantly


Most people are confident enough when talking to someone about a subject they know well, but some people are able to build rapport with their clients by talking about subjects which their clients care about - even if they’re not very knowledgeable about that subject themselves.

The key to building rapport and trust with your clients (and potential clients) is to make sure they know that you’re there to help them - and not the other way around.

Here’s a great technique you can use to win potential clients over in no time:

Show genuine interest.

Sound simple? That’s because it is!

Everybody knows or has met a salesman who starts rattling off buzzwords and jargon the moment you start talking to them. Of course they assure you that what they’re trying to sell is exactly what you need - even though they don’t even know you.

Don’t be that guy. By actually listening to what your potential client has to say, you’ll know what is really important to them. Then you will know exactly what they’re actually looking for, and how to help best help service their needs. By showing real interest in what they have to say, you’re developing a strong relationship with them by putting them first.

When talking with a client, you might find that they start talking about a recent or upcoming international vacation. Before even discussing business you will already have an insight into what is important to the client - time away from work! This way you will have a better understanding of what you can do to help them achieve that goal.

By showing genuine interest you’re actually helping yourself and your client - it’s a win-win!

Trust and rapport are the foundations of any good business relationship. Learn more about how you can build rapport with your clients here

Learn more by watching this video here:


A Bit Of Humour For You

A climber fell off a cliff, and, as he tumbled down, he caught hold of a small branch.
"Help! Is there anybody up there?" he shouted.
A majestic voice boomed through the gorge:
"I will help you, my son, but first you must have faith in me."
"Yes, yes, I trust you!" cried the man.
"Let go of the branch," boomed the voice.
There was a long pause, and the man shouted up again, "Is there anybody else up there?




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