Do you remember your first job? Adjusting to a new schedule, learning the ropes, and making new friends is all part of the game when you start a new job. But, after just a few weeks, you find yourself getting into the rhythm of how it all works. Then, you’re a few months in and you’re dialing your process in without thinking about it. A year later and you’re implementing time-saving strategies and coming up with better ways to improve your department. That’s the power of repetition and habit, and these skills are important to your success with Yoli, too. Keep reading to learn more ways to get into your groove with sharing Yoli.
There’s a difference between transactional selling and altruistic selling. Transactional selling is all about you, while altruistic selling is all about helping your customer. The former can ruin relationships, while the latter prioritizes them. When you’re talking to a friend and they mention getting healthier, what would you say if you had no agenda? You’d be there for them, hear them out, and probably offer solutions too. If you know something could work for them, it makes sense that you’d want to share that solution. It’s easy to offer help. You don’t need to do anything else!
Remember that nobody likes feeling pressured. For many of us, we share Yoli because we truly believe in the products. We’re confident in the good they can do. Pressuring your friend to try your offer is likely to backfire. The best way to maintain your friendship is to focus on your friend and how you can help. Don’t be afraid to share your experience and what you think can help, but remember that we’re all different. And when you’re respectful and sharing with love, you maintain the most important thing: your friendship.
Being authentic in the way you communicate means staying true to yourself. There’s a reason you love Yoli, so you don’t need to pretend to be someone else to share it! Share your personal experiences, or experiences from friends or teammates that you know. When you’re throwing a Yoli party, add some of your personality. It’s when you go off script and make a joke that people really can connect with you.
What was your breakthrough moment of sharing Yoli easily and effortlessly?