5 Essential Steps To Get More Clients
From Your Initial Consultations

In this 2 page, step-by-step guide you will discover:

  • The 5 Steps you must take – and in which order – if you want more clients to say ‘yes’ to working with you at the end of your consultation or meeting
  • How to create the right positioning for your consultation or meeting, so you are seen as the expert rather than someone who is ‘selling’ a service
  • The 3 things you must cover when delivering your recommendation to a client if you want them to understand why they need your services and why they should choose you.

The information in this guide could help you double the number of clients who say ‘yes’ at the end of your initial consultations or meetings – improving your success rate from 1 in 3 to 2 in 3 would give you twice as many clients from the same number of meetings.  That means more clients without spending any more time or money on marketing to clients more enquiries.

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About the Author – Michelle Peters, The Business Instructor

Michelle Peters The Business InstructorI am a former solicitor who now helps solicitors and other professional services firms to get more clients without being ‘salesy’ using my 5 Step Client Conversion System.

After nine years working in the City as a solicitor, I understand that many lawyers and experts don’t like the word ‘selling’ and think it will lead to them compromising their professional integrity. But I also know that it doesn’t have to be that way. So I wrote this guide to show lawyers and experts how to conduct initial meetings or consultations in a way which  feels comfortable and ethical, but which also brings them better and more reliable results – so they can grow their business and make more money doing what they are good at.


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