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2 Sentences That’ll Help You Close 6 and 7-Figure Deals



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If you’ve never closed a six or seven-figure deal before, take a moment and imagine what it would feel like. What would be the thoughts running through your head? Who would be the first person you’d tell? How would you celebrate? And what would it feel like if that were just your average Tuesday?

Now, keeping with that vision, what do you think it took for you to close that deal?

A long, detailed, perfectly designed sales page?

A sales video or (worse) a series of sales videos?

Tons of free content and lead magnets to showcase your worth? 

How surprised would you be to find out that you don’t need any of it?

There are so many misconceptions about what it actually takes to close a six or seven-figure deal.

While these tactics will help you build your personal brand online and grow your email list, these aren’t the things that will close six and seven-figure deals. Closing those kinds of contracts comes down to two things: connection and value.

It’s electric

Connecting with the right people makes all of the difference. And how you connect with them will take you even further. Markets are changing rapidly and in order to attract the right clients, it’s important that you’re communicating in a way that draws them in. Tactics and strategies are quickly becoming outdated. What worked two years ago is not necessarily the same thing that will work today. However, the one thing that will always work, no matter what happens in the market, is the power of genuine connection. 

When you prioritize building a relationship and communicating in a value-focused manner first, your prospect will feel how much you care. This allows them to naturally put their guard down so they can be open to what you have to say. Which is perfect to prime your prospect for the two-sentence messaging method. 

“We are wired for connection. But the key is that, in any given moment of it, it has to be real.” – Brené Brown

Sentence one

When starting a conversation with a potential prospect or lead, focus on them. Introduce yourself and then start the conversation talking about something memorable. This could be a blog post, an article, a recent post they made, or an achievement the person you want to engage with is celebrating. This shows your prospect that you’re genuinely interested in who they are, that you’re paying attention to what’s going on in their world, and that you’re open to a more intimate conversation instead of staying surface level with it. 

For example, let’s say you wanted to make a deal with Cindy, a luxury cosmetics brand owner. Cindy was just featured in Allure, being praised for the work she’s doing for women’s mental health as an extension of her cosmetics company. This conversation might look something like:

 “Hi, Cindy. My name is Hannah. I read your feature in Allure last week, and I wanted to thank you for the work you’re doing. I lost someone close to me due to mental health issues, and work like yours could have saved their life.”

To be clear, only say things that are true. And when you find something to comment on while making a point of connection, you are going to stand out and be memorable. This makes all of the difference in the conversation that follows. 

When you start with opening the door to intimacy and vulnerability, then the other person is more likely to follow suit. 

Now you’re ready for sentence two! 

Sentence two

Now that you’re engaged in a conversation where the other person is open and receptive to you, reward their trust by giving. The knee-jerk response is often to start to sell. Instead of asking for the sale, listen to what they share with you. Once you find where they’re experiencing problems, offer value—specific value to their situation.

When you can identify their problems and stuck points, you’ve grabbed their attention. What this does psychologically to your prospect is alert them to the fact that you understand them, you can see the complexity of their situation, and you can help them navigate their problem successfully.

This gives you the power to provide so much value that the prospect deeply connects with you and wants to work with you regardless of how much you charge. When done right, with the audience in your specific market, more than 80% of the time these clients will instantly ask you to work with them.

At this point, you have the opportunity to position your offer in a way that’s high value, high-end, and of course, highly transformational. That’s what six and seven-figure clients pay for.

Trisha Fulton is an international author, business advisor, and personal brand strategist who has consulted with top Australian organizations, both Government and Fortune 500 Companies. Trisha is known as the Personal Brand Architect and helps business owners, entrepreneurs, consultants, and companies build a strong personal brand so they can close six and seven-figure deals using her proprietary method, the Super Connector System. Trisha brings more than 10 years of experience in high-level consulting, copywriting, SEO, and business psychology to support her clients in building authentic brands that connect with their audience and create an innate demand for premium services. If you’re looking to build a premium personal brand online, then click here to learn more:

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20 Ways You Can Become a Powerful Communicator



Emile Steenveld Speaker and Coach

Some people seem to naturally know how to effectively communicate in a group setting. They can express themselves clearly and listen attentively without dominating the conversation.

Being a powerful communicator is important for several reasons, including building and maintaining relationships, achieving goals, resolving conflicts, improving productivity, leading and influencing others, advancing in your career, expressing yourself more confidently and authentically, and improving your mental and emotional well-being. Effective communication is an essential life skill that can benefit you in all aspects of your life.

But, don’t worry if you don’t naturally possess this skill, as effective communication is something that can be developed with practice, planning and preparation.

1.  Listen actively: Practice active listening by giving your full attention to the speaker and responding to what they are saying.


2. Use “I” statements: Speak from your own perspective and avoid placing blame or making accusations.


3. Avoid assumptions: Don’t make assumptions about what the other person is thinking or feeling.


4. Be clear: Express your thoughts and feelings clearly and concisely by getting to the point and avoid using jargon or overly complex language.


5. Show empathy: Show that you understand and care about the other person’s feelings.


6. Offer valuable insights: When speaking in a group, provide a valuable takeaway or actionable item that people can walk away with.


7. Be an active listener: Listen attentively and respond accordingly, incorporating your points into the conversation.


8. Choose the right time: Pick the most opportune time to speak to ensure that you have the group’s attention and can deliver your message without interruption.


9. Be the unifying voice: Step in and unify the group’s thoughts to calm down the discussion and insert your point effectively.


10. Keep responses concise: Keep responses short and to the point to show respect for others’ time.


11. Avoid unnecessary comments: Avoid commenting on everything and only speak when you have something important to say.


12. Cut the fluff: Avoid being long-winded and get straight to the point.


13. Prepare ahead of time: Sort out your points and practice them before speaking in a group.


14. Smile and be positive: Smile and nod along as others speak, to build a positive relationship and be respected when it’s your turn to speak.


15. Take responsibility: Take responsibility for your own actions and feelings.


16. Ask questions: Ask questions to clarify any confusion or misunderstandings.


17. Avoid interrupting: Allow the other person to finish speaking without interruption.


18. Practice active listening: Repeat what the other person said to ensure you have understood correctly.


19. Use your body language too: Use nonverbal cues such as eye contact, facial expressions, and body language to convey your message and build rapport.


20. Be aware of the tone of your voice: it should be calm and assertive, not aggressive or passive.


By keeping these tips in mind, you can improve your communication skills and become a more powerful communicator, which can help you build better relationships, achieve your goals, and lead a more fulfilling life.

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