If you don't believe in your product, prospects will notice

08/16/2009 | Customer Collective, The

Sales prospects are keen at noticing the subtle behaviors that show a lack of self-esteem in the product. To avoid such behaviors, including avoiding direct eye contact or a shaky voice, it's essential to boost your confidence in the products and their prices, and to believe in what you're selling.

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