How to Get Someone to Like & Trust You
You might have heard this before: “People do business with who they know, like & trust.” Whether it’s a company and its reputation, or a person and their reputation or personality, building the “know, like & trust factor” is crucial if you want to gain customers or collaborators (others who assist you in reaching your goals).
NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP) is one of the modalities I am trained in that teaches ways to gain rapport with someone. This method uses what we have learned about how the mind processes and responds to information. And a technique to get someone to like and trust you is called “matching” or “mirroring.” By using this technique, you can gain rapport with someone within a few minutes.
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4 Ways to Find More Ideal Clients
If you are a coach or healer, you are likely often working yourself out of clients because they are dealing with short-term specific goals/challenges, which you help them resolve in a few sessions or a few months and then they’re “done.”
Although there are sometimes ways you can continue to offer services or products to them for the same or other issues, there are times when they truly don’t need anything else. Then it’s time to find another client to take their place (and the income you were receiving from them).
If your client turnover is frequent, here are a few simple tips to help you find more just like them (especially the ones you loved working with).
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Is Your “Money Thermostat” Set Too Low?
* Have you hit an income ceiling in your business (or job) that you just can’t get past?
* Do you find it hard to raise your rates yet are barely getting by with what you do charge?
* Do you have a hard time holding on to money, especially when you finally get to a certain amount?
* Do you feel like you have to “work harder/more” to make more money?
These are all signs that you have a “stuck” money setpoint. And until you raise your money thermostat, you will continue to experience this barrier to earning–and keeping–more of those dollars.
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