Stories of Selling Human Stories of Selling Human You Can Learn Alot About Sales From A Therapist - Jason Wasser, LMFT, Certified Neuro Emotional Technique Practitioner - Stories of Selling Human

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3rd Aug 2022

You Can Learn Alot About Sales From A Therapist - Jason Wasser, LMFT, Certified Neuro Emotional Technique Practitioner

Summary:

Jason Wasser is a therapist and coach for professionals, entrepreneurs, family businesses & athletes. He has an interest in working with high performance individuals through his consulting and coaching practice. He utilizes integrative and alternative medicine modalities to amplify his successful outcomes with his clients. He enjoys working with clients who are looking for something different than the "more of the same" approach and uses a mind-body approach along with a collaborative partnership with his clients to make quick and effective change. Jason also works with individuals, children, couples and families with a wide variety of challenges that the client wants to get unstuck from. Jason owns The Family Room Wellness Associates, a Mind-Body therapeutic healing practice in Fort Lauderdale and also hosts his own podcast - You Winning Life Podcast.

This episode we talk about the parallels between therapy and sales. The best therapists aren't giving advice, they're helping people see their challenges from a new perspective. We go over how Jason does that in a way that gets the most out of his clients. And how you can use these techniques the next time you're needing to create change.

Key Moments:

02:15 - Understanding people and breaking down their walls

06:17 - Building relationships, importance of great mentors

17:45 - "The first sale is yourself"

28:40 - Asking the right questions. Reading between the lines to find correct answers.

36:50 - First rule of self-development - Having full accountability and responsibility for your actions

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About the Podcast

Stories of Selling Human
We all want to be heard, seen, and understood. This podcast shares stories of how all humans sell just by being great humans.
I believe that all people want to be heard, seen, and understood. But how do we get people to hear, see, and understand us effectively? Salespeople train themselves on techniques to do this but there are people doing it well without the word sales showing up anywhere in their job title or job description. This podcast is designed to help us hone our human skills, understand subtle similarities between non-sales people and salespeople, and show how we can learn from both groups the next time we need to create change and sell by being human.

You will learn from people throughout all walks of life. Nurses, coaches, janitors, event planners, HR executives, and architects. Just to name a few. We'll contrast them with trained sales people to show similarities and differences. There's an art to human connection and sales. We all do it differently and we can all learn from our every day human interactions.

Please contact me and let me know who you see in your life selling by being human! I want to shine a light on them.

asmith303@hotmail.com
215-622-6670
@asmith202
https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexcsmith/

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Alex Smith

I've been in professional sales for over 15 years. I was the guy running around in your neighborhood with coupon cards door to door. I've lead full sales cycles involving six figure media partnerships. I love sales and I also love how humans connect. I love fostering connections that make people feel inspired and fulfilled to do their best work. We all sell by being human not despite it. I'm originally from Omaha, NE, and my childhood was always surrounded by people that looked different than me and I was always curious on what their lives where like. The person in my life who was the very best at selling by being human will always be my dad, former one-time insurance salesman, Smithsonian curator, but his true calling was as a lifetime teacher and college history professor. My hero, Dr. Alonzo Smith, PHD.