We live in a day and age where you have to get creative to truly get in front of your customers. When you are working from home it’s easy to get into your comfort zone spending the day in sweatpants and messy hair. However, as a Mompreneur, we own it to ourselves to wake up each morning and get dress as if we are going to work. It’s something about putting on a nice close, doing your hair, and finish the look with a beautiful lipstick that just energizing. Plus it helps your mindset.
The Business Scene: How to create a video introduction that will get responses via text and email
Furthermore, when you look photo-ready it makes it easier to jump on a zoom call with a client. However, before you can start closing deals you have to get out there and prospect. As a Health Insurance broker, I use to get frustrated working the phones until I changed or let’s say upgraded my approach to working the phones.
Prior to starting Mrs. Kathy King, I was in advertising and spent my days traveling through southern California helping small business owners with their advertising. The ability to meet face to face with clients seems to make the sale process go so much easier. However, in order in front of my clients would spend two or three days cold calling.
Oops, there is that sneaky little work that most Entrepreneurs dread and we almost got away from it till Covid19 hit. Then, the way to do business drastically changed for many people. Especially me, I was a brand new Insurance broker, learning products and having to master the phones. A skill that I thought, I did not possess. Till, God and showed me how to apply the skills I spent years developing without me even knowing it.
Whatever you do [whatever your task may be], work from the soul [that is, put in your very best effort], as [something done] for the Lord and not for men,” ~ Colossians 3:23 AMP
As I did my daily grind of working the phones, I thought what could I do in front of my clients without literally driving to their office to have a sit-down meeting. During the same time, I was blessed to be doing a marketing project for my mentor. So, one day as I was doing my daily routine, I thought what would happen if I starting sending videos introductions to prospects. Wouldn’t that technically be a VIRTUAL INTRODUCTION?
A theory I couldn’t possibly come with unless God directed my thoughts. After fine-tuning the process I would put together a quick and simple minicourse. Although the video presentation below is set up for women in insurance this course can be used by any small business owner, Mompreneur, or direct salesperson.
Here’s How to create a video introduction that will get responses via text and email.
Click on the link below for a free guide I created to help you easily create your own.