5 Things I’ve Learnt From Selling $75+ Million In Client Revenue

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5 Things I’ve Learnt From Selling $75+ Million In Client Revenue

From A Small Town In Zimbabwe, Africa To Generating $75+ Million In Client Revenue

When it comes to selling, in particular luxury/high ticket selling, I’ve pretty much seen it all.

As the founder of Livelong Digital, I’m passionate about helping people grow their businesses because I know what it’s like to come from very little.

As the owner of a digital marketing agency, working as a high ticket sales consultant/coach/strategist, I’ve been privy to nearly every sales trend, sales tactic or formula that’s been mentioned and yet I hardly use any of them.

The only time I’ve ever attempted to sell with a sales script or set formula was in my first selling job as a door to – door salesman selling electricity, and I failed miserably at it. Less than 8 weeks later, I had failed to sell a single thing, not even a $39.99 contract.

It was safe to say I believed I’d never get back into selling ever again. I’d even go so far as to say I hated selling. I was rubbish at it. The end.

Fast-forward to today and the opposite is true.

I love selling.

Not only do I love selling, but I sell with ease.

I’ve closed sales while on a holiday in Bali, on a cruise, from just networking right the way through to 5, 6, and 7 figure coaching/strategy programs.

You name it, I can sell it. I’ve carved a successful career in luxury/high ticket selling, not as an employee but as a business owner.

This isn’t just lip service. I’m so confident in my selling abilities, I have no problem pitching anyone I think I can help, including celebrities.

Believe it or not, in the early days of my business, I even pitched Naomi Simpson of Red Ballon.

I kid you not.

She never got back to me, but that doesn’t matter. What does is that I didn’t take it to mean anything about me as a person.

This is a common issue I see in the entrepreneurial space when it comes to selling; the habit of equating the value of their offer or themselves to getting a yes or no.

I’ve generated up to 8-figures in revenue across my business work with footballers, celebrities and other High Net Worth individuals.

Do I still get the odd ‘No’ – of course.

Did I take it to mean that my service isn’t of value?

Definitely not. 

I enjoy selling. My aim is to ensure that you allow yourself to love selling too.

After all, sales are the lifeblood of any profitable and enjoyable business, so it makes sense to enjoy selling if running a successful business depends on it.

Here are 5 things I’ve learnt along the way about selling:

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