Cookie Cutter Phone Scripts


My first converstion with a robot

No, I’m not talking about a robo call, because I’ve dealt with those in another article. Actually, robo calls are getting more sophisticated. It’s getting harder and harder for me to tell if I’m speaking with a live human, those recordings are just that personable. I’m talking about humans that actually sound like robots. The other day, I told some guy reading a script that he needed to slow down, because I couldn’t understand him. I reassured him that I’d done telemarketing for years, that my husband was the top salesman at his job and that the reason we were not on the “do not call list”  is because we respect the trade. It was useless. Nothing, and I mean nothing could get this poor guy to answer my question and get of that turnstyle script.

Hey reader, have you ever worked a telemarketing job like this? Some boiler room dive that had you mechanically reading some robotic script that brought you nothing but hang ups? Maybe your MLM or Networking Opportunity has you parroting out ineffective phrases to your prospects. If you feel like you need more confidence on the phone and more help with your sales script, then you need to check out my article on phone training.

How to Work Phone Leads

“Well, Mr. Smith, that’s a very good question”….(oh  my goodness, how will I answer that….?)

Hey, marketer.  Do you sell some product that requires  you to work on the phone?

Is calling prospects back just part of your business?

Or maybe you just want more confidence for those times when you have to speak with the customer.

Whether you just want basic phone skills, confidence on the phone or rock solid  closing skills, this is for you.

I have over 20 years experience closing sales and working leads.

When you sign up for my coaching session,  you and I will work together one full hour on building customer rapport, gaining your customers confidence, and helping you feel completely natural and at ease during every phase of the call.

We  cover a variety of situations you may encounter on the phone, until you are completely confident that you are ready.

Phase I.   Your script, your company’s setup,

Phase II.  Your confidence level on the phone.

Phase III. Positioning yourself and controlling the conversation, (without steam rolling the conversation).

Phase IV.  The discovery Process. You ask your prospect questions, and you listen to them.

That’s what we cover on your first training call.

In the next training calls, we cover handling objections. What to say if… How to answer if they ask…

And all of the fears you have in approaching the unknown territory of a live call.

On the third training call you’ll learn all about,


I won’t even pretend here….this is my favorite part of phone training, because it’s where I see the most personal growth in my clients. Articulate and intelligent  communicators who finally get the confidence to ask for the sale, with no fear. Yea, getting people to that level is pure joy for me.

Is it right for you?

Let’s find out.