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Martin Lindstrom, author of the book “buy-ology”, describes how the brain reacts to certain suggestive stimulus and how advertises and sales people can increase sales by understanding how the mind works in advertising and in the sales process.

 

Experiments were conducted and researchers found that sales people who smiled more and had a friendly disposition were significantly more successful than those that did not smile at all.

 

We all know that the sales process is very complicated, but incorporating a smile along with a friendly nature can go a long way in increasing sales.

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Martin Lindstrom, author of the book “buy-ology”, describes how the brain reacts to certain suggestive stimulus and how advertises and sales people can increase sales by understanding how the mind works in advertising and in the sales process.

 

Experiments were conducted and researchers found that sales people who smiled more and had a friendly disposition were significantly more successful than those that did not smile at all.

 

We all know that the sales process is very complicated, but incorporating a smile along with a friendly nature can go a long way in increasing sales.

 

Can ya tell... I'm smiling right now.... that way the grouch that I really am stays hidden in the back room till all the customers go home.... LOL

Good point to keep in mind Joe...

My dad would put it this way.... You can catch more bees with honey, than you can with salt.

Later... Gonzo ... still smilin'

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Can ya tell... I'm smiling right now.... that way the grouch that I really am stays hidden in the back room till all the customers go home.... LOL

Good point to keep in mind Joe...

My dad would put it this way.... You can catch more bees with honey, than you can with salt.

Later... Gonzo ... still smilin'

 

Gonzo, I would bet with your sense of humor, you smile a a lot. Right?

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Gonzo, I would bet with your sense of humor, you smile a a lot. Right?

Like oil and water Joe..... Happy or Pissed off...... but there is a definite line between the two... cross the line... you get the other...

 

That's why I keep my glass half full..... room for something different... even if it's kinda oily... LOL

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I understand the concept how a smile can improve sales, but how do I get my people to smile more, they sometimes appear unhappy, although I think they are not.

 

A large wrench up the Kazoo does wonders.... :)

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