Lisa Sasevich is very good at attracting people to her events and her projects just get bigger and bigger.
In this video, Lisa talks about how she helped Michele close $70,000 from the stage.
One thing I noticed about most successful marketers is they talk about past successful events and link future meetings to imply that the new events will be even better.
Tip 1: Lisa asks her audience several questions that implies that she can help them create some high level events as well as gets them participating.
Tip 2: Don’t speak while handouts are going out because your audience won’t be paying attention.
Tip 3: In order to service your customers, you need to understand them at the deepest levels. Know what they really want, know how they feel about the process of buying.
Tip 4: Many experts will demonstrate how they helped a student to show that transformation is possible and that some people in the audience can get the same opportunity.
Tip 5: Entrepreneurs need to ask to get what they want and they should trust their instincts.
Tip 6: Michelle asks the audience to envision the future or the past so they can contrast the difference in results. Often speakers will talk about how far they come, where they started so the audience can relate to them and believe they can change too.