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What type of salesperson are you?

POOF! If a magic wand could transform you into a dynamic salesperson, would you do it? Of course you would! In fact, all sales associates dream of breaking sales records – so then, why aren’t there superior sales people in every jewelry store? Let’s explore that.

Stress and sales don’t mix

Friends, this article is as timely as they come. Especially since we are all feeling the effects of our economic situation. In this article you will find how to navigate through trying times without stressing – and how you can immediately start creating an improved store environment for you and your sales associates.

Are you asking the right questions?

Warning! The following article will transform your sales, change the way people perceive you, and establish you as a superior communicator. Read on only if you want to have greater success in your career and in life.

Are you guilty of the number one offense in sales?  Many sales people are.

What is the temperature setting in your store?

When I ask jewelry store owners the temperature setting in their store they often tell me the thermostat setting in degrees. But what I am actually asking is the Customer Service Temperature Setting (CSTS) in their store.

The CSTS is not about the actual temperature, but rather determines how comfortable and at ease a customer feels when they walk into your store, or how a past client feels your company values them. The warmer the CSTS, the better the customer service. And the higher the returning customer rate!

Make the decision!

I have exciting news for you!

By the time you are finished reading this article you will have made three important decisions that will create the future of your business instead of solely reacting to what happens to your jewelry business.

At this very moment you have more influence than imaginable over the future of your business. And that influence is based in making the right decisions within your jewelry business.

How well do you know your customers?

One of the most overlooked principles of business is that all customers thrive on attention. If your customers feel special, then they will come back into your store time, after time, after time.

But how is this accomplished with so many clients? It's easy.

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