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Telephone visuals

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The word “telephone” is a fusion of two Greek words, translated as meaning “distant voice.”

Wikipedia defines the telephone as:

“a telecommunications device that permits two or more users to conduct a conversation when they are too far apart to be heard directly.”

We’ve all had conversations where there was quite literally a gulf between us or where we were worlds apart – definitely, two people too far apart to be heard directly.

Try this #

I use visualisation a lot in telemarketing and didn’t realise it until some years ago when someone asked me how I was able to keep calling momentum going.

This visualisation technique helps me and I hope it will help you too.

As I’m dialling the number, I picture their premises and visualise walking through the door towards the front desk, as my call is answered.

While my call is being transferred, I visualise walking down the corridor to the decision-maker’s office.

When they pick up, I’m there, standing right in front of them, in a comfortable environment, having a 1-2-1 conversation.

I feel unimpeded by any nervy feeling around speaking with a stranger on some strange piece of technology that so happens to have been around for nearly 150 years!

Good luck in all your endeavours today. If you get the chance, use the human voice for what it is. Our voices are a powerful, often neglected, communication tool.

And, if you get the chance, use and appreciate the phone for what it is. The phone is an effective way to connect with potential customers on a more personal level.

Meaningful connections #

As with all marketing, successful telemarketing is not solely about the numbers and reaching out to many people, but about making meaningful connections and providing value to those people you are in conversation with.

Quality over quantity.

Go on, Make The Phone Your Friend 😊.

“Communication works for those who work at it.” – John Powell.

Quote source: https://quotefancy.com

Thank you for reading.

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