How to read your prospects so you can close sales quickly
Ready to drive more sales, close more business, and maneuver situations and business relationships to ensure that you know how and when to close?
Janine Driver can help you rewire your brain to read any situation, push sales, own the room, and get your desired outcome.
In her free webinar, Decoding Eye Movements to Build Rapport & Trust, you’ll learn how Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) can help you decode people’s body language.
The ability to decipher these nonverbal cues empowers you to gain control of any interaction. Master them and know the steps to close on prospects. Your ability to read others and know how to present yourself to them is the difference between closing and wasting time.
Who is Janine Driver?
Janine Driver is the CEO of BlueStreak℠ Training, a New York Times Best-Selling author, Certified NLP Life Coach, TEDx presenter, international trainer, and an award-winning keynote speaker. As a former Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) investigator of 16 years, Janine is well-versed in the art and science of interpreting direct and indirect body language cues to achieve your desired outcome. Whether she’s training FBI and CIA agents or consulting in corporate boardrooms, Janine delivers an educational, motivational and entertaining experience that initiates action.
Janine has been featured on Anderson Cooper 360, NBC’s TODAY, FOX News, and the Dr. Oz Show, among others, and in numerous publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Cosmopolitan and Psychology Today. She’s consistently ranked one of the “World’s Top 30 Body Language Professionals” and has worked with many high-profile clients including AOL, Coca-Cola, Lockheed Martin, Dove, RE/MAX, the Federal Aviation Administration, the Department of Justice and the FBI.
Ready to Get Started?
If you want to build relationships faster with prospective clients, this webinar is a great start. You’ll also learn how:
- Body language manifests before thought
- Clients can tell you if they’re distressed via their eyes
- Sales pitches should appeal to visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners (and what words to use to achieve this)
- Auditory learners might not give you as much eye contact, but it doesn’t mean they’re disinterested (in fact, they remember about 75% of what they hear!)
- And much more!
Now’s the time to get ahead of the curve and speak to your prospects in a way they’ll understand and remember.