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“If You Can’t SELL, You Don’t Make MONEY!” – Robert Kiyosaki (@theRealKiyosaki) – #Entspresso

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Comments to “If You Can’t SELL, You Don’t Make MONEY!” – Robert Kiyosaki (@theRealKiyosaki) – #Entspresso

  • Love all your videos brother, I watch them every single day, every single morning! Gotta stay motivated ?

    Michael Burbano August 24, 2017 11:35 AM Reply
  • People connection…if you believe in what you are selling they'll buy into it's honest, it's fair

    Tracee Lewis-Alexander August 24, 2017 11:48 AM Reply
  • I believe that sales make everything count

    Clubbin Mag August 24, 2017 11:50 AM Reply
  • I think success in sales has a lot to do with your perspective on sales. When I was first starting out, I thought of sales as the stereotypical pushy used car salesman with plaid pants and suspenders! Since then, my perspective has changed and sales is about relationships and figuring out what's best for consumer no matter what it ends up being. I like to think of Miracle on 34th Street where Santa sent a customer to another store because that other store was better able to serve them. Sales is about giving the best service to people.

    ChartYourTrade August 24, 2017 12:13 PM Reply
  • What I strong believe is that for you to be good in sales, you just have to believe in your product.

    David Omogbai August 24, 2017 12:25 PM Reply
  • I don't have tons of clients but I have constant clients and I think that is awesome. People who believe in me and who I believe in. I'm not shy but I don't like to sell – my journey started by somebody mentioning I create websites as a hobby and it was a snowball effect since then for me, bringing me new clients. 🙂

    Mihovil Mikulec August 24, 2017 12:29 PM Reply
  • I think Selling is having a product and sell It. That product could be a book that carries your message, It can be merchandise that has your mark, or mass products like the guys in this video. I do think It's something we all need somehow. For me I want to sell my comics, so people get to know my vision, support me and create more comics for them to enjoy, because that's what I love to do. But If I don't sell it well, and instead of sharing a vision I'm insisting like "buy my book, buy my book, buy my book, buy my book, buy my book, buy my book, buy my book, …" that's not a good way to sell. You Evan are doing us a favour doing this videos, and so, in return we decide It's useful and want to buy your book! That's one of the best ways. <3

    MgArt 17 August 24, 2017 12:41 PM Reply
  • Rich dad poor dad is amazing was the first book that i actually readed in my life lol. I believe that being shy is something you can overcome with practice talking and connecting with people like a muscle and sales may be one of the best way to do it. I'm shy but that just some label that someone throw at me i just don't like to talk much specially chitchat, but that's something that trouble me only around strangers and people i don't know, around family and friends that not a problem. I'm not shy, i'm mysterious hahaha 😀 #Entspresso #BTA16

    Andrey Ferreira August 24, 2017 12:47 PM Reply
  • My concept of sales is more of a customer experience because I want them to understand what they are obtaining so that they make a informed decision. BTA#3

    Jacmar Pierre-Louis August 24, 2017 1:01 PM Reply
  • I have some introverted traits too, but after seeing this, it is good to know that most people have an issue with selling. Thanks Evan!!!

    Chris Costa August 24, 2017 1:05 PM Reply
  • I used to tell the boutique stores I shopped at that were all afraid of the big box stores moving in that they should play to their strengths… the customer experience, that the big box places cannot give.

    Rhi Starsinger August 24, 2017 1:06 PM Reply
  • Thank you for this video! I have been listening to Robert K. for years and thought maybe I can't be an entrepreneur because I hate sales and i am an introvert. However, now I have hope! Thank You again.

    s1o1l1i1y1n August 24, 2017 1:08 PM Reply
  • Evan really did a good job selling the idea that you don't have to centralize around sales.

    Sharif Sourour August 24, 2017 1:13 PM Reply
  • #GoHardcore LOL I believe you need to do both connect with people and sell to them. Connect with them to build an authentic relationship and know what they really want, and sell to them exactly what they asked for in your best integral way to make sure they appreciate your doing it for them.

    Sharif Sourour August 24, 2017 1:15 PM Reply
  • I believe these days there's a fine line between Sales and Connecting with customers…..and that's the customer experience. Traditional "Sales" rules that were dominant in the 1970s are less relevant for success in today's businesses

    Patience Muyambo August 24, 2017 1:32 PM Reply
  • perfect bonus.

    Comiesha Monica August 24, 2017 1:34 PM Reply
  • I need to learn how to connect

    Gail McNeill August 24, 2017 2:05 PM Reply
  • 🙂

    Cosimo Marraffa August 24, 2017 2:07 PM Reply
  • Evan, you're absolutely correct about creating a great customer experience! I'm in sales right now because not only do I want to make the money to start to fund my ideas but also, because I want to prove to every person that I meet in business that all salesmen aren't rude, pushy, inconsiderate, etc. This is what not only sets me apart from many other car salesmen but makes me successful as a car salesman! Plus, I kinda took Patrick Bet-David's advice. If you want to be a successful, effective entrepreneur, learn how to sell if you master it, even better!

    Brad Nerdy Nay August 24, 2017 2:08 PM Reply
  • Awesome video!

    scubba steve August 24, 2017 2:17 PM Reply
  • Yep realized that when I first started training haha didn't teach you how to do it in college. Sales and customer service definitely go hand-in-hand ?

    Clifford Starks August 24, 2017 2:35 PM Reply
  • I'm an extreme introvert, however being an entrepreneur has taught me how to be comfortable with taking chances. One of my biggest mistakes when starting my writing business was that I was always trying to convince everybody to hire me. I didn't know anything about qualifying leads. I just thought that if I thought you needed me, then it was my job to sit and convince you that you should pay my fees. It was like talking to a brick wall. It took me 3 years to learn about qualifying clients and looking for people who were already convinced they needed someone with my skills. Then the conversation is so much easier. Then I could sell them on the results I can bring them — which is a much different sales conversation.

    Halona Black August 24, 2017 2:57 PM Reply
  • Top ten on John Lennon

    Mudadda Mudadda August 24, 2017 3:02 PM Reply
  • I think selling is the most important. You said other ways to get business, but all of them were how to get sales, which is selling. If you are shy I would suggest reading about copywriting. Expert copywriters can lure people in and sell them with just their words on a page. The top guys literally make 100k on one small sales page.

    Team Shmo August 24, 2017 3:04 PM Reply
  • Thanks for the video Evan.

    Devrhoid Davis August 24, 2017 3:48 PM Reply
  • Great bonus!!!.. I do best selling book cover. check

    Online Business August 24, 2017 3:57 PM Reply
  • I need to work on my selling as far as connecting with people. I'm working on it!

    mariel campos August 24, 2017 4:06 PM Reply
  • As you stated already in your vlog, there is different approaches to get to make a sale. Being able to connect to people definitely helps. Besides that you need to have a pitch that works with your product or whatever you sell. One thing will always stay the same. As Kiyosaki says "if you can't handle rejection you can't sell". Because salesmanship just starts when the customer says "no"…..

    Vince D' August 24, 2017 4:14 PM Reply
  • you might be shy but knowing your talent isnt as straight forward as some might think frankly i've always been an introverted person as a result i was good at indoor stuffs like music, painting and so on but my first job was in marketing for a startup and i sucked really bad the first days but in that same month i was the best seller of my company because something started clicking together so i dont think because you think u re shy will necessary make you a bad seller

    Sammy Gasana August 24, 2017 4:18 PM Reply
  • If you are a shy person, i recommend you listen or read, "how to win friends and influence people." hence, you can also hire a sales person. Henry ford said he wasn't the smartest but hire smart people.

    Legacy Vibez August 24, 2017 4:28 PM Reply
  • ☺️☺️

    Nee Nee August 24, 2017 4:32 PM Reply
  • I am typically shy, but recently found from my company's performance and charecter survey that I am a type that can influence Others and suggested to improve my marketing skill !

    Ibrahim Alanqar August 24, 2017 4:36 PM Reply
  • Check out my NEWEST video:

    Evan Carmichael August 24, 2017 4:37 PM Reply
    • Okay, I'll click…right…NOW.

      Jeff Mee August 26, 2017 6:23 AM Reply
  • I am super shy and I just launched my chloe + isabel business selling jewelry. I find this so encouraging because even though I've worked in sales– shoes hello! They sell themselves I just helped people find what they needed and it worked well. I see people not sells for sure! I hate selling. I like connecting people to what they want & need! ♡

    Kimberly Patrick August 24, 2017 4:58 PM Reply
  • This is one area where I'm working on right now: SELLING! Tonight I'm going to take the vaunted Dale Carnegie Course. I'm really looking forward to it, and I'm hoping that it will blossom into bigger and better things. The thing about sales for me is that it's very difficult for me to SELL something (product or service) that I'm not passionate about (and I speak from experience). If I'm PASSIONATE about something, like public speaking, then, yes, I can sell that all day. When you're passionate about something you're "selling," then that passion comes through.

    Dutch Martin August 24, 2017 5:45 PM Reply
  • Love your authenticity Evan! Totally agree with you. My weakness is sales and I tried three courses and I was still uncomfortable. Now I'm just me and I've hired a woman who is brilliant at sales. I excel in my strengths instead of working on my weaknesses. Thanks for being such a positive guy and making people believe in themselves.

    Tanya Mint August 24, 2017 5:56 PM Reply
    • Tanya Mint its very difficult to find some one to sell for you when you are wearing all the hat's. they either get greedy by wanting a lot or try to find out what you do and leave as soon as possible. Marketers are very arrogant and greedy too.

      3089280288 August 24, 2017 10:02 PM Reply
  • Good video thanks for the motivation. Have you ever done a video on zig ziglar?

    hazmat mob1l3 August 24, 2017 6:44 PM Reply
  • what did sir say in beginning can anyone clearly explain , I mean to elaborate

    Nikitha Khatri August 24, 2017 7:00 PM Reply
  • There's two type of people sellers AND buyers , you choose what you want to be

    Younes Bensouane August 24, 2017 7:41 PM Reply
  • I am a salesman by heart…. I believe that before you can sell anything you must first be able to sell yourself.

    Rich Man August 24, 2017 8:18 PM Reply
  • Yea…….if u don't work, u don't get pd/earn money; if u don't learn to float, u drown with the tsunami; if u don't ask stupid questions, u WON'T get stupid answers! ?

    kl. johnny August 24, 2017 8:27 PM Reply
  • I connect with people providing value and benefits. I don't sell to people what they don't need. I like to see customers grow with their purchase.

    Baldeep Birak August 24, 2017 9:25 PM Reply
  • I m not that shy but why does this young generation. need a story line in order to purchase your products? Then they ask what do you stand for?

    3089280288 August 24, 2017 10:04 PM Reply
  • #BTA74This Video really resonates me , i want to show people that being shy doesnt stop you from doing something amazing . Generally shy people come across more genuine

    Tueluz zaman August 24, 2017 10:31 PM Reply
  • I hire sales and marketing experts. I'm in the B Quadrant.?

    Gibran Saliba August 25, 2017 12:39 AM Reply
  • I think sales is the art of using psychological processes to convince some one to get you what you want

    Gibran Saliba August 25, 2017 12:46 AM Reply
  • Thank you evan …

    Titans Workbook -[HINDI] August 25, 2017 3:01 AM Reply
  • Shyness is not necessarily related to success in sales. Introverts can thrive in a sales environment because they tend to be more empathetic and analytical.Is the skill of selling critical for success as an entrepreneur? Yes. However, you don't have to be gregarious to sell well.

    porscheman998 August 25, 2017 3:14 AM Reply
  • I'm so shy, that I can't even show my bare a$$ in a nude beach! Also don't like dudes checking out my inch worm at the gym's locker room! Can Robert Kyosaki help me with this?

    O Paz August 25, 2017 3:53 AM Reply
  • I love sales. I am a pretty hardcore salesperson when it comes to my product(s). It's because I believe in my products and can tailor what is truly best for the client. The ONLY way I am able to do that is emotional connection and really taking the time to getting to know people. Leadership and management (my wheelhouse) are really just selling people on your product and your way of doing things. Another great video Evan. #BTA12

    Lead The Team August 25, 2017 4:38 AM Reply
  • Robert Kiyosaki is a freaking liar.

    Kien Tran August 25, 2017 4:49 AM Reply
  • Hi Evan, Have you read the book "To Sell Is Human" by Daniel Pink? I totally agree with what he said about "SELL"

    Jason Siu August 25, 2017 5:56 AM Reply
  • Why do the video if you are going down the message and debate it,it takes away the credibility…Even though i completely understand your point….1..sales as super important..If you have a company someone will have to sale something to keep the doors open or company operating2..There is nothing wrong with selling to meet quotes as long as what you are selling is ethical..3..I believe when you are unknown in the marketplace you need to know how to sell big time because you are a complete stranger to everyone and here you are attempting to introduce your brand/product/service etc to people are not willing to buy at all…Thats what makes selling critical.4..Gary Vee talking storytelling,thats basically saying learn to tell your story in order to sell to sell your story!

    jeffre simmons August 25, 2017 6:27 AM Reply
    • jeffre simmons THANK YOU

      Theresa Evans August 27, 2017 5:27 PM Reply
  • sales is connecting with people

    Amos Masithe August 25, 2017 6:42 AM Reply
  • I am a corporate trainer and manager…and I am an introvert….although I can provide a personna of comfort in front of others in a business setting…the interpersonal dialoge drains the energy out of me….Because of that I see selling as a process of introduction, rapport, trust and maintenance (allowing for a "be yourself" attitude instead of "be a seller" which I am not). This is selling, not the product, but an invenstment in the seller. Just like so many other things….you cannot make someone take action, but give them reasons to take action, and allow them to decide…thanks for the message…it reinforces that I am heading in the right direction…. #service #Entspresso

    Chad Mottice August 25, 2017 12:52 PM Reply
  • I'm more on the outgoing side…but shy when it comes to certain things. As far as selling goes, I tend to be rather good at it. I don't feel right selling something that I don't think would work for them just because I need to meet a quota. It is more about giving them options and connecting.

    Alykia August 25, 2017 2:38 PM Reply
  • Sales to me is solving problems for others and yourself.

    Craig Green August 25, 2017 5:27 PM Reply
  • I'm extremely shy but I agree with you Evan there are plenty of ways to be successful as an entrepreneur even if you are shy. #BTA689 #teammotivation #Motivation

    Devon Triche August 25, 2017 8:58 PM Reply
  • Thank you. Your video almost made me cry.

    Nathan Nemeth August 26, 2017 12:42 AM Reply
  • Aaaaaaand Subscribed! Good job buddy!

    Timothy Humbane August 26, 2017 3:15 AM Reply
  • Very true

    Maggy Kalola August 26, 2017 10:46 AM Reply
  • I love most of the videos but this one is a thumbs down for me. There's a difference between being introverted and shy. As an adult shy is not good, often associated with being cowardly. If fear of speaking or anxiety in dealing with others is present, that's an area to grow in. In life, in any area we are selling ourselves or ideas or products & must do so to be successful. Weather it's wanting to date some and "selling" why you're a good candidate or "selling" the idea of working for your company to a potential employee or company salesperson. To be successful you must sell period! Robert Kiyosaki was 100% correct.

    ChangeTheDefinition August 26, 2017 1:02 PM Reply
  • Kiyosaki is amazing!!!!!! ????

    tikea p August 26, 2017 2:16 PM Reply
  • I used to be really shy and also introspective. A tough combination. I was too shy to talk to people and introverted enough that I could easily convince myself that it wasn't all that important since I prefer keeping to myself anyway. Finally, about ten years ago, someone talked me into joining Toastmasters and that's been more useful in helping me get past my shyness than anything else I've tried. Part of my last job included sales. Mostly it involved parents coming in and saying "My kid needs this". All I really had to 'sell' were peripheral items to make the experience even better. I didn't have any sort of quota, so i could look at the situation simply as a way to improve both our lives.

    Dqan August 27, 2017 1:42 AM Reply
  • Thx Evan , How shy am i ? Im a great preacher , teacher to others but Not 2 myself , So believe i gotta believe , i know My material is great , captivating just need the Confidence which im workimg on and is a daily process 4 me )

    RaeKLahage Lahage August 27, 2017 11:33 PM Reply
  • I'm shy because of my upbringing, both physical and mental. In the physical aspect, I grew up with a severe malocclusion, teeth and jaw, and it's difficult for me to speak because of it. The mental aspect came from being raised by emotionally unstable people. It's going to be difficult to be less shy. However, I'm at a age where I'm aware that I'm no longer a kid and I comprehend that I can't remain in the same mindset and actions that I grew up around. I have to change drastically if I want a remote a chance of being successful and improve being less shy, while still adhering to my introverted personality.

    lakersrule321 August 28, 2017 10:08 AM Reply
  • I am not shy – I am an introvert though – very much to myself….as for as sales – I believe it doesn't have to be asked always but if its valuable and people deem it valuable they will buy. I am no saleswoman – I can add value and then tell you what I've done.

    Natalie Moses August 28, 2017 2:10 PM Reply
  • I'm a very shy guy but I do believe I can sell myself.

    Joshua Dixon August 28, 2017 4:09 PM Reply
  • I believe sales is the offspring of the connection you make with your leads. The pushy salesman approach is known as hard selling. People who try to sell you bootleg versions of currently popular movies of the street are hard selling. You don't know these people. They are strangers who are trying to make their sales quota like you said. Connecting with your leads is known as preselling. Preselling is when you give value BEFORE attempting to close the sale. You provide high value content for free to begin the relationship with your leads and this results in leads feeling that you really care about their well being; not just your sales quota.

    Michael Watts August 29, 2017 2:10 PM Reply
  • Discover how to solve their problem with my product.

    auriel12 August 30, 2017 12:16 AM Reply
  • both ways. they are both skill techniques I am trying to understand and study and most importantly practice.

    Scott karkosky August 30, 2017 1:25 AM Reply
  • Good talk?

    ABIDEMI GANSALLO August 30, 2017 7:13 AM Reply
  • Your approach is great ? Bring happiness

    Essa Khan August 30, 2017 11:06 AM Reply
  • Sales is the transaction of the emotion of certainty.

    Peter Parlagreco August 30, 2017 11:25 AM Reply
  • You nail it well Evan. Thank you so much, I'm not shy but I'm not patient and lack persistence. I think selling is all about being a master communicator, the one who can connect well with people.

    Karume Asangama August 30, 2017 4:32 PM Reply
  • Thank you so much for help me get better. I appreciate every effort that you and your team put in. Thank you! ps. I m trying to finish your "one word" book. Truly a mastery piece of work.

    Manh Duc Tran August 30, 2017 6:49 PM Reply
  • Sales is very important, important skill to possess and it can be cultivated.

    Sushil Pednekar August 31, 2017 6:53 AM Reply
  • Sales is giving great experience to your future customer by meeting their needs on a continuous basis

    Ramaprasad Sreenivassan August 31, 2017 10:24 AM Reply
  • you just wiped out everything Robert Kiyosaki tried to say!!

    gary russell August 31, 2017 6:41 PM Reply
  • I think people get selling confused with stereotypes and marketing strategies. There are many strategies to "market" or promote things. Selling is straight forward. Its a transaction between customer and supplier. A salesmen is one wsy of promoting and then handling the transaction. The sales uses relationships to help sell products. The company helps the salesmen by also promoting and providing tools to their sales team. They can slso promote or market dirdctly without sales team. I think anyone, shy or not is capable of selling.. its the marketing, promotion and ultimately relationship building that facilitate selling that are the most difficult skills to master.

    Karr Galaxy Studios September 1, 2017 9:30 PM Reply
  • I see sales as way to connect with people and also connect with more people through the people that I first connected with..

    Maurice Tandez September 2, 2017 3:58 AM Reply
  • i am shy people

    deqiang tian September 2, 2017 6:17 AM Reply
  • How can I get you book? I'm in Tanzania

    sikudhani idrisa September 3, 2017 4:18 AM Reply
  • As a rule, introverts make better salespersons than extroverts do, because introverts listen better.

    Granny Omaha September 4, 2017 12:30 PM Reply

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