When introducing a new idea, product or service to a prospect, the phrase: "How open-minded
Most people are fearful of the rejection they may receive when asking people to buy their products or services.
Here is a phrase you can use to ease that feeling of rejection:
I'm not sure if it's for you, but...
Opening a conversation with the above statement, tells the other person's subconscious mind: "there is no pressure here".
This statement naturally intrigues the listener, while also being completely rejection free.
An Unpressured Decision Needs to be Made
By suggesting that they "may not" be interested in what you have to offer, you naturally increase their intrigue. By saying: "I'm not sure if it's for you, but...", your listener wonders what "IT" is and wants to hear more.
This spike in curiosity hooks them, and forces the mind of the listener to make a decision.
After saying: "I'm not sure if it's for you, but... " you should deliver your offer.
I'm not sure if it's for you, but... would you be interested is seeing how Sagenine's lawn mowing software helps lawn and landscape crews become more efficient by eliminating route planning?
The word "but" nullifies every word before it. And, the little voice inside your listener's head says:
I might want to listen to this.
Two Outcomes from this Phrase
1) Your listener wants to hear more information, because they are very interested.
2) Your listener says they will give it some thought.
Start using this phrase to influence the outcome of your conversations and copywriting.