What happens when you try to sell someone on your reasons for change?

by Michael Pantalon on June 20, 2012

Usually, your sales pitch goes nowhere. The other person might agree with you, but that won’t spark the desire to take action. That desire—the motivation to act—lives in every single one of us. But the only way to unlock it is with reasons of our own.

THE BOTTOM LINE:
YOUR change, YOUR reasons;
Your CLIENT’S change, your CLIENT’S reasons

“Easier said than done,” you say? Well, attend my FREE webinar (see post below) on ultra-brief motivational interviewing (the basis for Instant Influence) and find out how simply and quickly it can be done.

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