The biggest mistake when finding deals is…
Most people just go straight to the pitch.
Do you usually approach potential investors with a “Hey, look at my idea!” or “Here’s my business, listen to it.” attitude?
More often than not, you miss actually finding out what they are looking for in the first place.
You simply need to ask “What do YOU want?”
Does she need extra revenue for her children's education? Is he looking for passive income so he can quit his job and travel? Or maybe they are just interested in becoming property partners.
There’s nothing wrong with asking questions. In fact, I encourage questions in all areas of my life.
Through this, you are able to discover what they are looking to achieve and of what outcome they want. You will become more genuine in the pursuit of your mission and the investors and deals will naturally gravitate towards you.
Remember, you pitch the solutions you’re providing and not the service or product you’re selling. When you find out what they want and what a good deal looks like to them, the interest will follow suit.
Now that you know what to say, how should you say it?
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Do you want to focus on what you do want in life versus what you don't want?