How to sell a fascinating idea

Ever had a game-changing idea…

…but nobody saw the potential?

Did your idea ever actually come to life? Or did it just sit on the shelf, feeling sad and increasingly dusty?

Did your clients applaud it? Did your customers remember it?

Having a game-changing idea means nothing, if you can’t “sell” it.

It’s not enough to build the best product, if nobody buys it.

It’s not enough to be the best advisor, if nobody listens.

It’s easy to create ideas.

But selling ideas? That’s hard.

But you CAN stand out. You CAN be remembered for your game-changing ideas. Here’s how.

I collected my favorite strategies for presenting ideas, for you to apply and share.

I want you to be recognized, and rewarded, for what you’re already doing right.

Now go sell your biggest, baddest, bestest ideas!

Click here to download your free guide: 7 ways to sell a game-changing idea.

Which tip is your favorite? How will you apply it? Tell us below, in the comments!

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About the author

Sally Hogshead

Sally skyrocketed to the top of the advertising world in her early 20s, fascinating millions of consumers for clients such as MINI Cooper and Coca-Cola. Since then, she’s published two New York Times bestsellers on the science of fascination, and is one of only 172 living members in the Speaker Hall of Fame. Over a million professionals have taken the Fascination Advantage® personality test to discover how others perceive their communication.

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