In this compelling episode, Stirling Gardner uncovers the secrets behind selling high-ticket offers ranging from $3,000 to $90,000 in just under five minutes using a single slide.  reveals why effective value communication is the ultimate game-changer, surpassing all traditional sales methods.

We explore the crucial distinction between your high-ticket program or service and your actual offer, emphasizing that they are not the same. Discover why 99% of high-ticket coaches and service providers often focus on the wrong aspects, missing out on the potential to maximize their sales.

Tune in to learn how to craft a powerful, concise, and impactful presentation that highlights the true value of your offer, compelling your audience to act swiftly. Whether you’re a coach, consultant, or service provider, this episode will equip you with the insights and strategies needed to transform your sales approach and achieve unparalleled success.

Tune in to hear Stirling Gardner’s answers to questions such as:

  • Can you really sell high-ticket offers with a single slide?
  • What are some of the mistakes you see people make with their offers?
  • What’s the difference between your program and your actual offer?
  • And much, much more!

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How to Sell a $3k-20k Coaching Offer Using 1 Slide – https://offerperfect.co/1-slide-offer-opt-in

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About the Author: Stirling Gardner

I’m Stirling Gardner, a “value communication specialist”, and I’ve been sharing the 1-Slide Offer for two years. I’ve designed my client acquisition and sales process to be simple, clean, efficient, and done in a way that I can sleep knowing my integrity is intact. I’ve designed my business so I only get on calls with people that are pre-sold and know what I am all about before they even show up. Most importantly, I’ve designed my business so it’s actually FUN to operate :-) Lastly , I love to spend my time with my wife and our three rescue dogs, Bear, Ollie, and Izzy.

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