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Sales Elites


Fri Apr 15 2016, 7:15pm–10:00pm
Fri Aug 19 2016, 7:15pm–10:00pm
Fri Oct 14 2016, 7:15pm–10:00pm

Where: High Street Centre, 1 North Bridge Road, #06-01, Clarke Quay, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Online Special: $19.90

Listed by: Daniel Lau

You started a new sales career, learning the trade as you grow your business. Or you are a self-employed personnel and sales is the bloodline of your livelihood. You have worked extremely hard and sales is starting to grow. However, very soon you feel drained and exhausted, you get ‘sick’ of going out every other day to hunt for new sales.

Are you in this position? If you are, you are not alone. This is because I went through the same journey being a self-employed person in investment sales. I remembered that it was all good for the first three months, but the next three months was a struggle. When it hit the 6th month, I started to wonder if this was the best way to do sales. Do I have to always rely on getting new leads to generate new sales? Is there a better way?

I assure you, there is a much better way. This means that if you know how to get referrals, your sales journey will be a much smoother sailing one. Those who do not will inevitably suffer or wind down in a matter of time.

There is however one big dilemma, as most people don’t ask for it or simply do not know how to. I still remember that when I first tried it, I felt awkward and the clients would almost always reply: “When I think of someone I will get back to you”, which they never will.

In the heat of despair, I decided to approach the Sales Legend, Ms. Lusi herself for help. Being extremely blessed, she took me under her wing and coached me to do sales, especially in the area of referral business.

My Sales Career Literally Transformed!

I suddenly realised why I wasn’t getting the results I wanted in my sales career. I can now easily get referrals. I no longer have that awkward feeling when asking for referrals. As a matter of fact, most of the time now, I don’t even need to ask!

In less than three years after learning SAPT, my income tripled from $3,000 per month to an average monthly of $12,500, an income that I would never have dreamt of before meeting Lusi!

So who is this person who invented SAPT? She is the Sales Legend Ms. Lusi, who not only did extremely well herself in sales, earning $500K/month during her peak, but more importantly, is able to impart her expertise effectively to hundreds of other sales people. Countless others have seen their income triple or even quintuple in a period of a year or less.

Here are some testimonials from her students:

“Good Morning Lusi, just want to share with you that we had the highest sales ever for May! 52% higher than my highest month since I became agency leader 7 years ago. Thank you so much for your guidance!”

Bernard Ho
Sales Director, Prudential

“Hi Coach, I just received news today that I’m in the top 3 in the whole of Manulife for this month. Though the month has not ended yet, I ‘ll do my best to be the top! Knowing you is the best thing in my life! Thank you.”

Jessica Wong
Financial Advisor, Manulife

“Hello Lusi, SAPT is truly useful. Anyway I just did a mid-year review in July and realised that my production from January to date far exceeded my entire production for last year!! Your course has definitely played a part in this. I am truly blessed by your teachings. Big thank you!”

Lawrence Chow
Financial Advisor, Finexis

In this two and a half hours seminar you will learn:

- Proven working techniques and approaches in asking for referrals.
- Who makes a good referrer and how to identify them.
- How to get your referrals by speaking to your clients’ profile.
- How to make your clients your speaking ambassador; selling your service in their daily life.
- How to ensure that you have a Constant stream of referrals.
- How to make your clients give you referrals without you asking directly.
- How to make your referrals up-sell you even before you call their leads.
- What are some of the “boo-boos” that you should never make when asking for referrals.