It’s time we set the record straight on my “no asking” advice.
Here are the Highlights
This episode is dedicated to setting the record straight about what I believe you can and should ask for in business, and what you shouldn’t ask for.
I find many take my “no asking” strategy and apply it out of context. In the episode I talk about two conversations in which I realized what I am teaching is being mis-applied.
Here are the 5 times you can ask. Note not one says “for referrals.”
- Ask for the close, the business, the sale
- Ask your clients for feedback
- Ask for testimonials, case studies or online reviews
- When someone offers to help you, tell them how they can help.
- Ask those you trust for help.
But still none of these tell you to ask for a referral to a new client.
Then hop into the Referrals Without Asking Facebook group and let me know what you thought of today’s show and the 5 times you can ask. Question 5 in particular usually brings up a few questions! Let’s get the conversation started!
Here’s How I Can Help You in 2019 Generate More Referrals:
- Buy my book – Generating Business Referrals Without Asking – and learn how to generate referrals through my 5 steps. (LESS THAN $16)
- Take the 7 Day Referral Growth Challenge – It starts the day you sign up. (FREE)
- Take the Referral Ninja Quiz to test your skills and abilities at generating referrals. (FREE)
The next episode is episode #042… we are diving deeper into the first asking point I cover in this episode – asking for the close or the sale with special guests expert Nikki Rausch of Sales Maven.