Selling on Value vs. Fees

What’s the difference? Compliance sells on fee; advisory sells on value.

By Martin Bissett
Understanding Selling

I’ve been asking you to believe in yourself, to get your potential clients to open up to you and to demonstrate to them the outcomes that working with you and your firm would create in their personal and professional lives.

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Now here’s a checklist for you to run through before you begin your next business development initiative, and before each new business appointment that you have.