People talk to people they like but people do business with people they trust.
You don't actually sell them on anything you provide insight and help them on what's best for them even though it may not create an immediate sale you are building a relationship which will develop over time.
It is the capacity to restart oneself over and over again. If we are talking about Sales, this is No. 1. You have to start from 0 to get to 1. And Marketing is somehow the City of Sales you have to be able to create. You won't be successful in it if you don't understand the ability to sell. Just learn it day by day! The quality has to be trustworthiness. If you can't be trusted you are a bad Salesperson and you'll decrease the image of salespersons.
I've been asked this question countless time over my 2 decades of selling experience. Space here is limited so here are 3 keys: 1: Know Your Product Features Cold But Sell The Benefits. Can your customers see and verbalize how their situation will be improved by purchasing your product? 2. Create a BUYING EXPERIENCE that your customers will enjoy. There's a great chef at my local italian restaurant but the place is a dive. So, I don't eat there. 3. Be REFERABLE. Even if you sell the benefits and create an enjoyable buying experience your clients may not refer new business to you. A referral is a salespersons pot of gold. Know how to create the a "referable moment".
What makes someone good at anything? Well, what makes anyone good at anything. It takes hard work, dedication, and grit. You need to study the craft of sales and study your personality. I will be honored to teach you the basics. I have 3 years of sales experience and success to help you. If I can do it as a 21 year old I’m sure I can help you do better!