High Ticket Products – 7 Habits of Highly Effective High Ticket Marketers

Stephen Covey’s & Habits is a masterpiece of personal development. In this article, I will show you how the best high ticket marketers put the 7 habits into practice.

1. Be proactive: Successful marketers do not wait for others to tell them what works. They go on their own learning adventure and discover new fields and niches. Once they learn, they go ahead and start teaching others what they found out.

2. Start with the end in mind: The end is to achieve the targets and the goals they have set for themselves. The end determines the overall strategy to be adopted for the sales. Marketers who follow the 7 habits always choose their lead generation, product funnel and affiliate marketing strategies based on the final goals they wish to attain.

3. Put first things first: This habit deals with the discipline of marketing. Successful high ticket marketers are disciplined about their marketing efforts, especially managing time. There are so many avenues of advertising and building relationships such as social networking, participating on forums, writing articles, doing PPC ads and other that it becomes important to focus on the important ones, not just the urgent ones.

4. Think win-win: This habit does not say that marketers win and customers lose. This tells marketers to think win-win. Successful marketers understand this that only by helping others to solve their problems can they expect to earn and achieve their personal goals. Win-win is the most effective approach as compared to win-lose and lose-lose.

5. Seek first to understand: It is far more important to understand the needs of the prospects than to make them understand the benefits of your products. If you want to follow this habit then you must always put in the effort to understand others first and then ask them to listen to you.

6. Synergize: As a marketer, you need to understand the whole marketplace and not just you, your products and your prospects. There are many other entities that may be willing to help you succeed. These are partners in content syndication or link exchanges. In order to succeed in your high ticket marketing, you need to develop a synergy in your efforts in order to attract more prospects.

7. Sharpen the saw: There is no end to learning. If you want to remain on the cutting edge of your field and want to develop your expertise to the next level, you need to constantly learn new ways of doing business. This is the habit of sharpening the saw.

Just like the 7 habits have helped people in traditional business to be more effective, you can use them to become effective in your high ticket marketing.