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3 Key Points:
- Make the language or email template easy for people, copy the text word for word, and invite people to edit it to match their voice
- Email Script Composition
1) Specific personal connection >> I’m connecting the two of you
2) Dream client power statement or what I do statement >> Here’s why
3) Address the fact that you’re going to get sold to >> Here’s what’s going to happen next
- Express your gratitude to your referral ambassadors and update them on how things go.
[6:13] Get to the point, speak to the benefits and, and make the connection.
[6:37] You need to know what your conversion rate is, the number of sessions you need to have in order, to get those clients is the number of requests you need to make to individual people in order, to reach the goal of the number of clients in that month.
[7:22] You have to be willing to make multiple requests and then you have to love up on your referral ambassadors, whether they send you anyone or not.
[11:06] It’s also okay to ask people who are further along than you, who are more successful, those are the people who often are most open and willing and excited to help because they want to be of service.
[12:49] The obstacle, the thing that makes this hard is the motivation I can use to take the action.
[14:33] The intention is to support that person if they are a perfect fit but if they are not, you have supported someone or you got to know someone
[15:15] This limiting fearful belief that, like my clients, can’t know that I need more clients somehow takes away from the value I bring. That is just fear talking. It’s not grounded in reality at all.
[16:45] If you feel like you lack confidence, there is a concrete way to cultivate that and that is by making a choice, and acting according to that choice.
[19:25] The more we can be willing to decide, the quicker we’ll know if the decision is right
[22:28] If you need to learn about it, then try to take another action that is bringing you closer to that goal.
[27:17] Heart selling is all about uniting people and creating a framework where it’s okay to ask for and receive help.
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Christine Schlonski [0:02]
Hey Gorgeous. This is episode number 289. And we have the Amazing 6-Figure Mentor Dallas Travers back on the show today.
Dallas Travers [0:10]
Hi, this is Dallas Travers and you are listening to Heart Sells! Podcast with Christine Schlonski. Enjoy.
Christine Schlonski [0:17]
I’m so looking forward to dive in deeper into another episode with Dallas where she’s actually going to share the script she uses to ask her clients for referrals. And I think this is pure gold. If you have not listened to the previous episode number 288. I highly recommend this. We have talked about several things. One, if you may be solving the wrong problem and how if you are not solving the wrong problem, you can get into referrals. You can create referrals with ease and grow your business in a magical way. So today I am excited to talk to Dallas again. She helps coaches go from 5-Figure chaos to 6-Figure freedom with her amazing 6-Figure nest method. And her clients have had their first figure days, first 6-figure years, and first 6-figure launches. And that all with confidence and clarity. So you want to check out this episode and get the golden nuggets that Dallas is going to share. I am so excited, and I can’t wait to dive in for you. Well, I am so happy you are back, Dallas. Welcome.
Dallas Travers [1:31]
Thanks for having me. We’ve got to pick up this conversation when we left off. So I’m glad Yeah.
Christine Schlonski [1:36]
I just love that because you know, referrals are so important and it really as you described can help you to go from, you know, famine and feast, to have a steady income and you know, all your work is about teaching people how to get to the 6-figures and even beyond that, with all of your beautiful systems you have created and referrals are a major piece of it, obviously, and you have to deliver results as well. But that’s the starting point. And we talked about the fact that you have to use a certain language as well when you ask people to send you referrals. So is there some kind of magic people could use? So we already know that you know, even if you have a turtle pet, you have a reason to ask your tribe to send you referrals. And you shared the amazing success stories of one of your clients in your 6-Figure Coaching Club, who ended up with 60 strategy sessions in 45 days, which is just wow. So what magic do they use?
Dallas Travers [2:47]
Great. So I just want to make sure I fully understand your question, because there are two ways I can answer it. One is are you asking about the language of the request itself? Or are you asking about the language you arm your referral sources with?
Christine Schlonski [3:05]
The language itself, like when I write because you said you’re writing even emails, it’s not just in a one on one conversation. Like, what kind of email and sorry, what kind of email template are you giving those who say they are interested in referring someone via email?
Dallas Travers [3:24]
Got it? Yes. So we’ve reached out and now a referral source. Yes. What language do I give them?
Christine Schlonski [3:31]
Dallas Travers [3:32]
Perfect. Okay, so there is a bit of a template here. The first one is, and again, I want to just underscore it, you have to make this easy for people or they’re just not going to follow through. We’re all so busy and in our own bubbles, that if you don’t make this easy, people won’t do it. So I write the referral, copy the text word for word, and invite people to edit it to match their voice.
Christine Schlonski [3:59]
Dallas Travers [3:59]
So, usually, it begins with a specific personal connection, right, without a lot of beating around the bush, so it’s not. Hi, Christine, I hope you’re having a great day. It’s Christine, you’ve been on my mind. Because Dallas is an awesome coach who helps middle-aged women feel more like themselves again, and I want to connect the two of you. So you just begin with that. Right? Then you move into what I call it a dream client power statement. Or what I do statement, right, so Dallas is really good at helping women just like you accomplish X, Y, and Z. When she told me she was gifting 12 discovery sessions or 12 coaching sessions this month, I jumped at the chance to connect the two of you. Now here’s I think the most important part, which is addressing the fact that you’re going to get sold to. Right. So that way, there’s no funny business here. Yeah, so I like wrapping it up with, you know, I’ve copied Dallas on this message, I’m gonna let the two of you connect from here. And I know you’ll get a lot of value from this conversation. And I’m sure that if you want to take things further, Dallas will show you exactly how to do that. But don’t miss this chance to at least connect. I think it’s going to be worth your time. Also, it’s like no beating around the bush. We’re getting right to the heart of it. I’m connecting the two of you. Here’s why. Here’s what’s going to happen next. Right, the two of you can connect from here and just know that yes, there will be a chance for you to invest if you want to.
Christine Schlonski [5:52]
Yeah, see it can be so easy and we make it so hard. Right.
Dallas Travers [5:58]
I will say that my students who have the most success with this, their cut and paste language, there is brevity there. It’s very short and concise, there’s no fluff. So just really get to the point speak to the benefits and, and make the connection.
Christine Schlonski [6:17]
Dallas Travers [6:18]
And then it is a bit of a. I don’t like saying the numbers game because we’re dealing with human beings here, but your referral ambassadors will surprise you. Right? So there’s an equation we use inside the 6-Figure Coach Club, but just for simplicity sake, if what you want is 12 clients, right? You need to know what your conversion rate is. But the number of sessions you need to have in order to get those 12 clients, right. That’s the number of requests you need to make to individual people in order to reach the goal of 12 clients in that month. Right. And what’s interesting is not everyone you ask will, even though people who say yes will follow through, but it tends to just come out in the wash, where if I asked 10 people, I’m going to get 10 referrals, I might get five of them from one person, right and two from someone else and one from someone else, and then zero from others, but it just tends to kind of work itself out.
Dallas Travers [7:22]
So you have to be willing to make multiple requests. And then you have to love up on your referral ambassadors, whether they send you anyone or not. Those people who say yes, even the ones who say no, really express your gratitude and update them on how things go. So if you send a client to me and I have a discovery session with them, you better bet I’m going to, after that session, I’m going to reach out to you, thank you. Let you know well I appreciated the person who you connected me with and let you know what happened. I think often we sort of take the box right like okay, great. Yes. Christine said yes. And I got a referral. Moving on to the next one. We have to really love those referral sources.
Christine Schlonski [8:08]
Yeah, I think that’s so important because that’s how you create the connection. And that’s, again, where you go deep with a person, right?
Dallas Travers [8:16]
Christine Schlonski [8:17]
Right, where they feel appreciated, where they know they really supported you, which, usually when you help people to get to their goals, they want to support you. So if you can acknowledge that and celebrate with them, and you know, keep them updated on what’s happening. It’s so much better.
Dallas Travers [8:38]
100% and you also bring up a good point, because I’m just going to be honest, this is my number one marketing system, right? I mentioned Facebook ads in the last episode like we’re doing a lot of other things, but this is my tried and true. Number one marketing priority. It still isn’t easy for me. Like being vulnerable and asking for help. Like, that’s not comfy. I’d rather hide behind Facebook ads or these other things, right? But I always try to remind myself how good it feels to help other people. Right? And if someone makes a request of me, if it doesn’t feel aligned, I’m not still thinking about it or holding it against them. Right? I’ve moved on. So there’s nothing wrong with asking, right and people, no one’s going to be offended by the request. So if I can just remember that, right, and really hold my intention of being of service. I can get over my own fears of making these kinds of requests because it isn’t. It doesn’t come naturally to me.
Christine Schlonski [9:45]
Yeah, yeah. And my guess would be it doesn’t come naturally to a lot of other heart-centered people. Right, because it just feels like we’re asking and asking to be connected with taking, which is not necessarily true. But you know, that is like the mindset that, okay, now somebody is doing something for us. And also like asking for help, could have a second thought, well I could be seen as not as successful or not as powerful as they might have thought I was.
Dallas Travers [10:19]
Christine Schlonski [10:20]
Which usually is when you start opening up, people connect even on a deeper level, because we’re all humans, right? We all go through ups and downs and we have good days and bad days and some stuff works and some don’t. So I think when you share and when you ask and have the conversation, people will see while you are human, you are some steps ahead of where they want to be. So it’s easier to connect because they feel like you know, I’m stuck, but she’s also stuck at some point. And it’s okay. Right, giving that permission. It’s okay, not everything will work out all the time.
Dallas Travers [11:01]
Christine Schlonski [11:02]
So I just love that you shared that.
Dallas Travers [11:05]
Yeah, thank you. And it’s also okay to ask people who are further along than you, right, who are more successful. I just find those are the people who often are most open and willing and excited to help because they want to be of service, right?
Christine Schlonski [11:23]
Yeah, totally. Yeah. You want to give something back. You know, I was a year in the US as an exchange student, and my host mom always said, what goes around comes around. And it took me a long time to really get that. But, you know, I now support people not expecting anything in return. And I know someone else that I don’t know today, or maybe I know them today is kind of paying forward at a different time with a different thing. It’s not like I changed like I give something to you. You give something to me. That’s so limited.
Dallas Travers [12:04]
Right? It was just that universal principle. Right? Like, if I’m giving, I’m open and when I’m open is when I can receive.
Christine Schlonski [12:13]
Yes. Yeah. Beautiful. Yeah. I just love the idea and it is natural. They might not be natural, but that can be trained. And it’s done in a really beautiful way and it is aligned. I think it’s going to get easier for people each time they practice.
Dallas Travers [12:30]
Yes, I agree. I want to just give everyone listening permission. It doesn’t have to be beautiful, right? It doesn’t, you know, you’re not going to get it right at the first time. It can be clumsy. Actually, one thing I often say to my students is the problem is the solution. Right. So, like, the obstacle, the thing that makes this hard is the motivation I can use to take the action so start your referral request with, this is very hard for me to ask. Right? Or here I am on the 12th edit of this email because I’m so nervous.
Christine Schlonski [13:10]
Dallas Travers [13:11]
And that also is humanizing. So I just want to give everyone permission to be flawed and still move forward. Because that’s how we grow. That’s how you’re going to get this right is by trying it and falling on your face first.
Christine Schlonski [13:25]
Yeah. And who knows, maybe you know, you win a client from it. And then you get the success and then they refer someone and then all of a sudden you are really excited about what you can create. And it’s so much easier because you talk to people that you already serve. Right. It’s not that you stop on the street and talk to a stranger.
Dallas Travers [13:45]
Christine Schlonski [13:47]
If you’re done that 100 times I’m quite sure you feel comfortable with the people.
Dallas Travers [13:52]
Do you find with your clients that they are comfortable asking their clients for referrals or do they have obstacles around that?
Christine Schlonski [14:02]
Yeah, I think they have obstacles around that. Yeah, I think like making the ask that’s why I said earlier, like, oftentimes we connect asking with taking, and that’s something that needs to shift. And that’s a process. So once they see while I’m not taking, I’m giving someone to one of their friends or people they know to support them with a session that I could be charging for. I think that’s a really great offer. Obviously, the intention is to support that person if they are a perfect fit. But if they are not, you support someone or you get to know someone, right?
Dallas Travers [14:43]
Christine Schlonski [14:44]
And you made a good connection.
Dallas Travers [14:49]
Yeah. I don’t know if it’s because I coach coaches, right. But my clients totally get it. Right, when I make referral requests and what I find with them as they, they want a concrete way to express their gratitude and excitement about the work that we’re doing, and in a structured referral system is the easiest way for them to do that. Yeah. So this limiting fearful belief that like my clients can’t know that I need more clients somehow takes away from the value I bring. That is just fear talking. It’s not grounded in reality at all.
Christine Schlonski [15:30]
Yeah, yeah, totally agree. Yeah, just get over it and try this wonderful referral system that Dallas with so yeah, open to share even though her clients pay for it. You get that for free in these two sessions with us. So that’s pretty awesome. So let me ask you, have you always been confident in you know, what you do, especially when you started your business because you said in the last session when you got that first client, that actor that you knew you better delivered? What kind of confidence or confidence level did you have to get that ball moving?
Dallas Travers [16:14]
That’s such a great question. I think I’m often perceived as confident. And I will tell you that in general, I’m a confident person. But here’s why. And in the beginning, I was not confident, okay? And there are things I’m not confident with today. We’re all human. But I was able to cultivate confidence because I’m decisive, and I take action. So if you feel like this is for everyone listening, if you feel like you lack confidence, there is a concrete way to cultivate that. And that is by making a choice, and acting according to that choice. It’s perfect you mentioned in the last episode, right that I had, I was kind of making fun of myself in my marketing strategy when I begin with but you pointed it out that at least I took action, I made a choice and I took action on something.
Christine Schlonski [17:10]
Dallas Travers [17:11]
So that is a that’s a natural characteristic or instincts that I have, that I just, I decide and I take action that kind of makes my husband crazy, actually. Because not every action is a good one. But I find that it’s my decisiveness that takes me to confidence more quickly.
Christine Schlonski [17:30]
Yeah, I love that you shared that. Yeah, I totally feel with you. I think I’m a pretty fast decision-maker. And I, you know, I make stuff up as myself. I don’t need to run to 10 people and interview loudly should I do this or this or this? Right, which drives my well, which drove maybe even drives today. My parents nuts like especially my dad, right? He wants to be asked, and I just you know, I make up my mind, and then I just inform them. Like, oh, by the way, I’m doing this, or I decided to do this or like I signed up for this. And it’s really interesting to observe sometimes, because, you know, when I bought my house, I just told my dad I bought a house and he was like, totally upset that I, you know, I didn’t ask him I didn’t ask for advice. I didn’t have him come to check it out or anything. And if the thought didn’t even cross my mind, like, why would I need my dad for this if I buy the house? So, but it’s interesting that you say that because some people do go and they need to interview tons of people to make a decision.
Dallas Travers [18:37]
Christine Schlonski [18:38]
Which makes it really hard for everybody involved. So learning to make faster decisions. It’s not that they’re always better, a right but faster decision so that you can let go of the pain of needing permanent feedback. Like will free you already and will give you more confidence over time as well.
Dallas Travers [18:57]
100% 100% And, you know, in Silicon Valley in the tech industry, there’s a saying, which fails fast. I don’t know if you’ve ever heard that before.
Christine Schlonski [19:07]
Dallas Travers [19:07]
But, you know, if if you and I are launching a brand new app, we want that app to have bugs. We want it to crash. And we want that to happen quickly so that we can fix it. So I and I also want to talk about action. But I think the more we can be willing to decide, the quicker we’ll know if the decision is right. You can spend a whole year trying to figure out if a choice is right or not, but the only way you’re going to really know is by making the damn choice. Right? But I’m such a firm believer in that but I want to speak about action too, because I see this a lot.
Dallas Travers [19:48]
In particular with coaches were personal development junkies, right? So our instinct is to go and sign up for a class somewhere. That is not taking action. I know. I sell classes, I take classes. I’m not dissing on classes. But don’t be fooled, right. So if you’re thinking that I’d like to launch an online course, yeah, you’re going to have to learn how to do that. But signing up for a mastermind to launch an online course, is not the same as launching an online course. Right, sometimes we can get that desire met, we can fool ourselves rather into thinking that we are doing something when we’re learning about it. And learning about it is not the same as doing it. I have a friend who, that’s her go-to, right. She wants to become a better cook. So she buys a bunch of cookbooks and reads them and looks at the pictures. That’s not, she’s not even in our kitchen when she does that. Right. So that I just, I really want to make that point because that’s, if you want more confidence, make a quick decision, and take action on it.
Christine Schlonski [20:59]
Yeah. Totally and action is like taking action on the outcome, the actual outcome you want. So if you want to launch an online course, obviously you need to learn how to do that. But the action is then how to do it like that people can buy it. Right,
Dallas Travers [21:16]
Christine Schlonski [21:17]
That’s a great point. Yeah. And I guess a lot of people get fooled, I fool myself sometimes like thinking, Oh, I could do this. And then you know, I do buy the course. And then you think like, Oh, well, maybe it’s not time yet. Like, maybe I need the step first, and then, you know, you go through modules one or two. And then you figured, oh, well, maybe I shouldn’t have bought it at all.
Dallas Travers [21:41]
Or, what about this, this other course I just found out about right. I call this preparing to get ready to begin.
Christine Schlonski [21:48]
Dallas Travers [21:50]
Right, which is just like, it takes a lot of time. I first observed this in my work with actors which we talked about in the last episode, but you know, actors, they need to work on their craft. So they are in an acting class, often for years. But you’re not on a television set. When you’re an acting class. You’re not like pursuing an agent, you’re not moving your career forward. But in their mind, they’re like, I’ve been doing this for six years. Well, no, you’ve been learning about it for six years. And learning is important, but it’s not enough.
Christine Schlonski [22:23]
Yeah. So I guess the advice would be like, if you need to learn about it, then try to take another action that is actually bringing you closer to that goal.
Dallas Travers [22:37]
Christine Schlonski [22:38]
If you learn how to take on like how to create an online course while taking the action to create the sales page, take the action to sign up for like a software that you can collect payments with and put that into place. That’s when you then combine the learning with action taking and that’s how you get the results.
Dallas Travers [22:59]
Yeah, or here’s one. Announce it, set a date for the course, and announce that it’s happening. You want to launch an online course, tell people it’s happening, man, you’re really in the beginning to act.
Christine Schlonski [23:10]
Totally love it. So do you remember the very, very first thing that you ever sold in your life?
Dallas Travers [23:19]
Yes. I don’t know if I want to tell the story. Yes, I do. So the very first thing I sold I was probably thinking about the house we lived in so I must have been 5 years old, maybe 6. I made these little sculptures out of dandelion stems. So dandelion stems if you shred them, they’ll curl up. So I would shred them. I would put them in the water they’d curl up and I made these tiny little figurines out of these dandelion stems and I sold them for $1 each, which is hilarious. They’re probably worth a penny, but I set up a little stand at the end of our driveway. And I think I made $3 that day or something.
Christine Schlonski [24:07]
How did it feel?
Dallas Travers [24:11]
It’s so interesting. You’re asking this question. I haven’t thought about this in years. But I think there was a part of me. Oh my gosh, we’re getting into some personal development work here. That felt like I had fooled people. Right. I don’t know if that’s what you thought I was gonna say. But I think there was this part of me that felt like, oh, wow, like, I just pulled a fast one on them, because these are just dandy line stamps. Right. So as I share that, no, it’s an interesting question for everyone. Because that’s probably the first time I learned that selling is manipulation. And that was something I really had to overcome when I became an entrepreneur. But I learned that lesson. I must have had a grown-up who I was selling To point out that they were just dandelion stems and I was doing something wrong. Right. But I remember having that feeling.
Christine Schlonski [25:08]
Well, yeah, that’s a pity, because, you know, usually you could just be totally excited about it.
Dallas Travers [25:13]
Christine Schlonski [25:13]
I needed some money. But yeah, and oftentimes, and I mean, we all have that, that someone makes a stupid remark that you carry on forever. They forget about it in the next second, and you carry it through all of your life and you block yourself from so much goodness because you have this belief of tricking people into something or doing something wrong.
Dallas Travers [25:37]
Christine Schlonski [25:38]
Dallas Travers [25:39]
Because here’s this young kid who used your resourcefulness and creativity, right to create something out of nothing, and then shares it with people.
Christine Schlonski [25:49]
Yeah, I mean, how amazing is that? And you were 5. Right,
Dallas Travers [25:53]
Christine Schlonski [25:54]
That’s so cool. And you were creative and coming up with that. So I mean, I ask that question in every episode, like as a guest, to just see, like, how creative are they? When did they start? Where are they today? Like, what’s the story behind it? And it was not like the typical Girl Scout cookie, right? Where everybody was doing it where you had like this impulse from, you know, another source. Like it really came out of you. And I just love that. Awesome. Well, thank you so much for sharing that. But not least, what does Heart Sells mean to you?
Dallas Travers [26:33]
Hmm. I believe wholeheartedly that the world would be a better place if we all knew we could get help when we asked for it. And selling right coach it I work with coaches. Coaching is a framework, to guarantee that anyone who asks for help they can receive it, which is why I’m so passionate about being a coach but also serving coaches and helping coaches serve more people because you know, I’m in the business of healing the world, right helping people heal themselves through this work. And so, to me, heart selling is all about uniting people and creating a framework where it’s okay to ask for and receive help.
Christine Schlonski [27:31]
Beautiful. Thank you so, so much. Yeah, I’m so excited about the work you do. It’s so beautiful. And you know, I’m so passionate about what I do, because it’s empowering people to make choices. It’s not you know, the struggling entrepreneur getting by. It’s like having the resources to decide and to go for your dreams.
Dallas Travers [27:52]
Christine Schlonski [27:53]
This is also like a part of the healing process and it makes the world a better place because happy people make people happy.
Dallas Travers [28:00]
Yeah, I’m such a fan of your work too. So I’m glad I got to be here today.
Christine Schlonski [28:05]
Thank you so, so much. And I love the gift you are bringing us “Flawless Free Sessions”. So tell us real quick, what are people getting? Because I think they need to sign up now. And they get it at the, you know, we have the show notes page with the resources with all the links to you. But what are you teaching in the “Flawless Free Session”?
Dallas Travers [28:26]
Yeah, so I love that we had this conversation about the lesson I learned the first time I sold and because I used to really feel like selling was evil, right, which isn’t helpful if you’re trying to sell your business. So I had to find a way to have discovery sessions that relied on coaching skills and helped me really feel connected to people rather than this switch, right where, okay, I’m going to connect with you first and then I’m going to sell to you and that part’s going to be ugly. And awful. So “Flawless Free Sessions” is the roadmap that I rely on. I’ve done it for years, to get clients without ever selling, and to really use what you’re good at as a coach to create that environment for people to easily say yes. So it’s a guide to walk you through my sales system.
Christine Schlonski [29:19]
Awesome. Well, thank you so, so much. I really appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you for the wonderful conversations. This was so much fun. And you know, you dropped so many golden nuggets, I really hope that people took notes that they go back and re-listen, because with your wonderful referral system, right, it fills the pipeline. Then with the help of your “Flawless Free Session”, teachings, people can do it in a really natural way, filling up their coaching practice or consulting practice or healing or creative like whatever they do. And so that’s really, really beautiful. Thank you so so much.
Dallas Travers [29:55]
Oh, you’re welcome. Thanks for having me. Good luck, everybody.
Christine Schlonski [29:59]
Wow, what another powerful episode was Dallas. I hope you have taken notes I for sure have. And now you have a whole referral process in place that you can use to ask your clients, your soulmate clients to become your ambassadors. How amazing is that? Hop on over to christineschlonski.com find the podcast tab and the 2 amazing episodes with Dallas, number 288, and 289. And once you’re over there, also make sure you sign up for The Empowerment Notes. That’s empowerment right into your inbox, where I share amazing updates on Heart Sells! Podcast and tips, ideas, motivation, and inspiration that I usually do not share on social media. So hop on over to christineschlonski.com in the podcast tab you will also find all the links to connect with Dallas and her amazing free gift “Flawless Free Sessions” plus an invitation to The Heart Centered Lead Generation Summit. The Experience where you can go through the whole summit with 40 speakers, teaching lead generation that’s from the heart with the heart so you can attract more clients, and when they become your clients, you can then use the system Dallas just shared. Thank you so, so much for having been here. Have an amazing day wherever you are in this beautiful world and I’m saying bye for now.
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