Have you ever noticed that when you think of running a ‘webinar launch’ you feel overwhelmed and immediately fearful of the process? But…
When you think of leading a ‘workshop’ it feels more casual and user-friendly even though ultimately the part you play is exactly the same?
The difference is in the power of the story you tell yourself about the two words, *webinar* or *workshop*.
This week on The Wellness Business Podcast we’ve invited a stories expert to teach you the 3 most powerful stories you can tell to double your sales on your next webinar, (or workshop ).
Our guest, Kyle Gray, explains how stories can help you communicate your value, drive home your teaching and build desire for your products and services.
Thanks to Kyle, you’ll learn best practices and examples of using storytelling in webinars that allow you to sell without feeling pushy or salesy.
On this episode, you’ll learn how to:
- Use your own story to show the transformation and results you create thereby proving your coaching gets results
- Overcome objections with a story before they even come up which is one of the most powerful ways of getting your attendees to immediately enroll in your program
- Share an aligned ending story that wraps it all up and creates demand for your offer on the spot
- Apply these same techniques to your weekly livestreams and stories as well to keep your followers interested and engaged
Tune in to discover how easy and impactful it is to add an element of storytelling to communicate the value you provide to double sales on your next webinar launch.
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Links mentioned on the show:
Kyle’s Website – The Story Engine
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