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How To Turn Your Knowledge Into Profit AND Make Irresistible Offers, With Lisa Sasevich.

Released Wednesday, 8th April 2020
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We’re taking a break from the Coronavirus conversation today, to bring you this empowering episode from Lisa Sasevich. She's the Founder and CEO of The Invisible Close™, an Inc. 500 company that has helped 15,000 students in more than 134 countries. Roland and Lisa talk about her story, her success, and her passion. 
“Anything ‘Here I am I’m mission-driven, and oh no! I have to sell’ - Those are my people”. Lisa Sasevich
If you’re an entrepreneur that ‘hates the sale part,' listen today to the queen of leveraging your talents, products, and services into massive profits (without sounding 'salesy'). Lisa shares about her Speak to Sell strategy, her Meant For More brand, as well as many other GREAT takeaways.
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“You don’t have to take the cards that you are dealt. You can create your life…”. Lisa Sasevich
Listen Today For,
• How to find the right coach for you. “Even coaches need a coach.” Lisa Sasevich.
• How she broke through the limits of one-on-one coaching and went from 80K in sales to 2.2 Million.
• Her ‘Signature talk’ that has done about 40M in sales, and how she finds strategic speaking opportunities. 
• The ‘value bomb’ that saves her an immense amount of time so that she can give herself to her family.
“Don’t change your act. Change your audience”. Lisa Sasevich.
• The smart one-liner that you HAVE to have in the first 10 minutes of your talk, to position your offer and keep trust with your audience.
• How (and why you need) to justify the limits you put on your offer and ensure that it’s authentic.
• How to make an intangible service feel tangible.
• The subtle shift that took Lisa from a 'Business Nirvana' to adrenal fatigue (and what she did about it).
“If I’m teaching ‘Invite pursuit,’ but I’m out there doing backflips pursuing, then something’s off, and people can feel it. We’ve become incongruent”. Lisa Sasevich
How To Discover Your Unique Value and ‘Pick Your Own Brain.’
  1. Look for the clues
  2. Take the time to learn how to articulate and bring order to the value that you discover.
  3. What’s easy for you and not easy for others.
“Making peace with sales has to happen. It’s chapter 1”. Lisa Sasevich.
Keys To An Irresistible Offer
  • Invite Pursuit
  • Put a ‘limiter’ in place. When you forget to put a limiter in place, it puts you in pursuit, instead of inviting pursuit.
  • Add high-value bonuses to your customer that cost you very little to deliver.
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Get The Meant For More AudioBook For Free Lisa has a special offer for our listeners. For a limited time, Hay House Publishing is allowing Lisa to give away the AudioBook free when you purchase the physical book.
Click here to enter your order number and get instant access to the audiobook and over $1k of training from Lisa to support your Meant For More journey.
References Mentioned In This Episode Lisa's Programs
The Meant For More Book 
Landmark Worldwide
Think and Grow Rich Book.
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