Inspired for Action

The Secret Script for Effortless Sales Calls with Meghan Lamle

May 18, 2020 Amanda Genther Episode 32
Inspired for Action
The Secret Script for Effortless Sales Calls with Meghan Lamle
Show Notes

Do you dread getting on sales calls with potential customers? Does the thought of “selling” right there on the spot make you break out in hives? What if sales calls didn’t have to feel so scary? What if you had a script you could follow that would help you feel more comfortable talking about your services over the phone?

In this episode, I’m chatting with Meghan Lamle, sales expert for female entrepreneurs, all about how to run an effortless sales call using her proven script. As a go-to sales expert, Meghan teaches women psychology-based sales strategies to ditch the sleazy sales techniques.

She’s going to walk us through her entire sales call script so you know exactly what to say, when to say it and how to effortlessly book new clients right there on the call without feeling like a slimy salesperson.

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