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First impressions are formed in less than a minute. Remember that the sale begins before you say hello. Learn How to Create ...
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How to Create a Good First Impression
Hi, I’m Delia Paasi. I’m author of winning the toughest customer. The Essential Guide to telling to Women. I’m also the founder of Women Certified.
First impressions of form in less than a minute, remember that the sale begins sometimes before you even say hello. Are you a surroundings inviting is she greedy when she walks in the door and what about you? Are you well groomed and dressed.
Now, always be on time. Being on time speaks volumes to most people about whether they can trust you, in business from the Gecko. Always maintain eye contact. When greeting a women customer for the first time, a clear sign of respect is a handshake and maintaining eye contact at all times. This let’s her know that you are listening to here and are trying to process and to understand her needs.
Always offer your card even if you’re with a husband and wife you offer both the card. You should hand her your card during the initial introduction and don’t forget that she’s with her husband. Make sure they both have your business card. This shows that you respect them both as decision makers.
Remember to smile. Make her feel comfortable. This is the first step in building a comfortable rapport with women. Women gravitate the people they’d like as we all do, so smile. Be aware of your environment. Your surrounding should be welcoming and safe. Take the first step to showing her you care become women certified at WomenCertified.com. It’s where people and women go to find the best in sales and service.