Do you want to learn how to sell but you feel uncomfortable because you think you’re supposed to use ‘sales tactics’ to convince people to buy?
You’re in the right place! I’ll show you how to create professional and personal success for yourself while you make a difference for others, without ever being pushy or using ‘selling tactics’. I call it, Make a Difference (M.A.D.) Selling.
Have you ever asked any of these questions?
- How do I help customers without seeming pushy?
- Can I really make a difference and make money in sales?
- Can I be successful in sales if I’m not really outgoing?
- I own a small business and I’ve never really had to sell before. Can you help?
- I see all these sales courses online but they look overwhelming and assertive. Is there a better way to learn how to sell?
- How do I get potential customers to talk with me?
- Do I have to take a ton of courses to learn how to sell?
- I’m in sales and struggling. What can I do?
- Do I have to learn a bunch of ‘sales tactics’ to be successful?
- I’m trying to get a job, but a lot of them require selling. How can I get qualified for these jobs?
Where Are You on Your Sales Journey?
Thinking about going into sales
I”m wondering if I have what it takes.
Just getting started in sales
I am nervous, don’t want to be ‘salesy’, and I want to do well.
Struggling in Sales and want to be better
I’m not a quitter. I want to succeed. And I want to make a difference.
the owner of a small business and I need to know how to sell
I love my product/service, but I never thought of myself as a salesperson.
M.A.D. Selling Will Help You Make a Difference and be Successful
I believe that there is a direct correlation between the desire to Make A Difference and the accomplishment of life and work goals. By learning M.A.D. Selling, you can achieve a successful lifestyle while making a difference for others.
How can you do this without being pushy….without focusing on ‘closing techniques’….without sacrificing your personal life…without trying to be somebody that you’re not?
Instead of staying up late reading the latest sales books and blogs, or signing up for expensive and overwhelming sales courses and sales universities, just sign up below for the M.A.D. Selling Journal. It’s FREE. It’s delivered once a week to your Inbox with specific M.A.D. Selling training to improve your personal and professional life in just about 5 minutes. Let’s make a difference together!
PS – Along with the journal, you’ll also receive my free guide that shows you how to easily eliminate that awkward moment when someone asks you, “What do you do”.
Get the Guide that shows you how to easily eliminate that awkward moment when someone asks you, “What do you do?”
What if you could easily and naturally start a great conversation with anyone when they asked you, “What do you do?”
Now you can! My guide gives you 5 simple steps that you can use to show your unique value without having to memorize some salesy ‘elevator pitch’.
It doesn’t matter if you are new to sales, struggling with sales, or a small business owner who is nervous about selling – you can do this with ease. And if you are looking for a job in sales (or anything else), this could be your game changer.
Do you have about 5 minutes a week to learn how to become successful as a M.A.D. Seller? Then you’re going to love getting my weekly Journal, which you’ll get for free by signing up for my free guide. As a M.A.D. Seller myself, my goal is to help make a difference for you – so let’s get started!
About Heather Brebaugh
M.A.D. Selling was founded by Heather Brebaugh. Heather is an accomplished sales professional, sales trainer, and entrepreneur. She led the largest education sales training program in the United States. She has also implemented training and process improvement strategies for major U.S. universities.
After launching several small businesses and websites, she has come back to what she loves most: teaching people how to make life-changing differences for themselves and for others through selling.
“I didn’t start out as a super sales person, or a super anything for that matter. I was a shy little girl who loved dogs and sports. After college I taught high school English before becoming a Mom to 3 beautiful children.
I started a small t-shirt design business, having no idea how to sell my products. But I learned my first sales lesson. The owner of the print shop had just lost his dog. We had become friends and I knew how hard he took the loss. I went to the pound and, as luck would have it, they had a sweet little black dog that they had kept in the office because she hadn’t been claimed. They couldn’t bear to see her euthanized.
Little Maggie and I piled into my car and headed to the print shop. John’s weak protests died when Maggie snuggled up next to him and placed her paw on his knee. Two days later, John’s manager and head designer called to tell me he wanted to introduce me to his contact who handled the airport gift shop business for our area. We met and I showed him my designs and I was in business.
Back then I didn’t really know what had happened. I was suddenly in business. It felt good. And it felt even better that I had made a difference for John.
That ‘Make A Difference’ mantra has stayed with me. It has permeated my business life and my personal life. And I would be honored to share it with you. Join me to make a difference for others and for yourself.”
Richard Branson and I agree:
“If you aren’t making a difference in other people’s lives, you shouldn’t be in business – it’s that simple.”
~ Richard Branson ~
Great thanks for our photo of Richard Branson.
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~Jeff Haden~ Contributing Editor, Inc.
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Adopt the mindset of a M.A.D. Seller and selling will take on a whole new meaning, where you give because you want to help others and you receive without ever having to be salesy.
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