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The Pocket Guide To High Ticket Selling Review

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Dan Henry just came out with a new book. It’s called The Pocket Guide To High Ticket Selling. And it’s basically a 12-part sales script you can use to sell millions over the phone. What are the key takeaways? Is it worth reading? What are other people saying about it? How much is it gonna cost ya? And what’s the catch, right? Like is this just a tripwire sale so Crocodile Dundee up there can recoup ad spend and then sell ya what he really wants to sell ya?

Here’s a taste of what you’ll get inside this mini book: a silky smooth sales script that produced more than $30 million dollars for Dan’s company and helped hundreds of other inbound closers make six- and even seven-figures selling high-dollar programs over the phone; how to take a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to common objections before they’re even asked; the right way to articulate the cost of not buying what you’re selling; how to get decision makers to side with you and move forward, fast.

Oh but there’s more: how to take the “I wanna sleep on it” or “I need to talk to my wife” or “I’ll be ready to start next month” types and turn ’em into “Okay, are you ready for the card?” type on a single sales call; how to tweak your pitch so that you underpromise and overdeliver once someone buys; how to make people close themselves (after all, they believe what they say more than what you say); how to customize your pitch for each prospect to create maximum desire; and much more.

Seems like Dan Henry got some of his homies to vouch for this book. For example, Rudy Mawer, the little guy who’s always wearing red jumpsuits, had this to say: “After closing millions and millions of dollars on the phone myself, and training big sales teams, I can honestly say this guide and all of Dan’s knowledge is no BS. This booklet is to-the-point and gives people and in-depth understanding of the psychology behind selling and how to master persuasion. I highly recommend. This is a must-read.”

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Then there’s Michael Franklin, from VIP Ignite, who said: “At our office, we call Dan’s script the ‘Rolls Royce method to closing high-ticket.’ And here is why: Rolls Royce is known for dialed in engineering, so their vehicles run perfectly. With such detail and effort, why wouldn’t you use the best tactics and strategy from an expert who has truly created a masterpiece? We have used Dan’s scripts to go from struggling to hit $30,000 per month, to now having multiple six-figure months, bringing in millions per year.”

The book is currently listed on Amazon. The only available format is digital download through Kindle. Cost is $0.99. At the time of writing this, there are 134 ratings, with an overall average of 4.8 out of 5 stars. Shunda Jenkins was feeling it. “I have been following Dan Henry for a while now and love all his content,” she wrote in her Amazon review. “Just like this book, he keeps it nice and short [that’s what she said] and to the point. It took me less than an hour to read this book and I found so much value from it. Look forward to growing in my sales career.”

Dan’s also running paid traffic to a landing page that sells a physical copy of the book as one of those free + shipping offers. I do think there’s value in paying more for the physical copy (shipping’s probably, what, eight bucks?), so you can reference it while you’re on speaker phone, trying to knock down that next $5k sale. Also, Dan’s one of the few internet marketers who sells a ton of stuff, very aggressively, who I actually like. You know what you’re getting with him. He doesn’t sugarcoat it. Now. Will he upsell ya after you buy? Without question. So it’s your call, but I like the offer if you’re a sales pro.

Katie Smith: Slip into your give-up pants, crack open a White Claw, and plop yourself down on the couch. We need to talk about the absolute dumpster fire that is the online course and coaching industry.