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These 2 Simple Words Will Add Clarity to Any Sales Presentation

Keep them close by after you name a specific product feature or use technical jargon.

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when to use it: Add these words to any sales presentation after a product feature has been identified. You can say these words out loud, or you can say them inside your head.

why? Creating this habit will bridge you into language the customer can see in their mind, says Wizard of Ads Roy Williams. Williams offers this example: “This blade is made of Maxamet steel, which means you’ll never have to sharpen it.” “This substrate can handle sun exposure up to three years, which means you won’t have to worry about damage for your three-day event in Las Vegas.”

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