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How to Overcome the ‘I Need to Talk to My Spouse’ Objection



I’ve got a question from Dave who wants to know, “What’s the best way to handle the ‘I need to talk to my spouse’ objection?”

You’ve either got to get the partner who’s present with you to make the decision (in spite of their partner), or you need to somehow get them onboard, but do it in a way that doesn’t doesn’t slow down your sales process.

I’m going to give you 2 tips:

Tip #1

If the husband and wife both need to be onboard for the prospect to say ‘Yes’,

Can You (Should You) Work With Your Spouse?



 

I hope you’re amazingly well.

In today’s blog post entry, I want to answer a question that a bunch of my clients asks, and then at times, I’ve asked too.

And the question is, can you, should you work with your spouse?

Your husband, your wife, your significant other.

That’s what we’re going to talk about today.

Should you work with your spouse?

Can you work with your spouse?

How to Run a Group Coaching Call



 

Hey, Taki here. I hope you’re doing really, really well.

In this blog post, I want to explain or answer the question that I got from a client called Shaun earlier this morning.

Shaun was actually on a webinar that I run each week with our clients.

It’s called The Weekly Sherp.

While we were in the call, he asked a very interesting question:

“How do you run a group coaching call?”

What to Say When Someone Asks You the Price Early in the Process

 



 

Hope you’re doing amazing and well.

Just got out of the water from a quick swim here in Brazil.

I want to answer a question that I got from Nick in our Facebook group, The Dojo.

And Nick asked, “What do I say if somebody asks me the price early in the sales process?

If you run a triage call and strategy session like a bunch of my clients do,

What to Do When It All Goes Sh*T

 



 

This has been a crazy week for me.

Huge ups and then what felt like a serious kick in the guts yesterday.

And I’m sharing this because I’m sure you’ve gone through the same.

And I want to talk about what to do.

Yesterday, I was in the middle of it, and today I’m above it.

And above, it’s way better.

How to Make It Easy for Your Clients to Commit Using The 3 Timeframes™

 



 

Hope you’re doing really well. I’m in New Zealand, I’m in my in-laws’ place.

Just wanted to take a quick moment and share a tool that we use in Black Belt all the time.

It’s called The 3 Timeframes™.

It’s super easy.

It’s just a 1-minute piece of conversation to put at the end of your sales conversation if you want to get clients to commit for a long period of time —say,

How Much Should You Charge for Your Coaching and What Should You Include

 



 

Taki here down the beach, part of our morning routine.

The girls are here playing with their crazy little surf toys and I thought I’d answer a question.

I just saw it from a guy called Josh. 

Josh asked a question today calling a bunch of coaches out and asking what do coaches charge for their stuff and what do they deliver.

And so,

Run Your Business Like a Mad Scientist

 

 

This is another episode in waiting for takeaway food with Taki. I’m at the front of Burgers on Parade in Avalon.

I’m just going to read Tim Ferriss’s new book.

But I had an idea of something to share, and I thought I could just share this with you instead because —really, it’s hard work.

Talking is easy, let’s just do that, hey.

So,

Running Breakout Groups in a New Type of Training Webinar

 

 

I’m in Brazil right now. It’s kind of windy, and the sun’s going down so there’s a bunch of factors making this not the ideal time to share this video.

But you know what, sometimes you just got to share the video.

In this quick report, I want to give you an update on an experiment we ran last night designed to help our clients get significantly better at a particular skill.

Why I’m Not Running My Event This Year (And Maybe You Shouldn’t Either)

 

 

I hope you’re doing amazingly well.  I’m down here at Mona Vale Beach.

Just had a quick swim and thinking about changes to the model.

I don’t know how you run your coaching business, but Kiri-Maree and I, we’ve been doing this for a little while.

And every year —at the end of the year— we go, “So, what part of last year gets to come with us and what part of —what are we going to start fresh and scrap?