Sales Course

Do you think your sales business could be doing more, but you can’t quite see how? As a sales coach, I have helped many people and businesses gain valuable insights and perspectives. I adapt people’s mindsets, skill sets, and behaviors to achieve growth.

Hello and greetings, my name is Clive Branson;

Welcome to my Salesman Course, which includes the gentle art of persuasion, Selling Techniques, and Closing.

Within this course, you will be given insights into the world of psychological selling, teaching you the tools for mastering the art of persuasion. My Salesmanship course will change your Sales Closing spectacularly, or your money back. Trust me, I am a Salesman

Selling is an Art and a Science, And a good salesperson is worth their weight in gold, companies will pay top salaries to their top Salespeople My sales course will reveal the secrets and the science for the budding salesperson to become a superstar in a very short time.

Salespeople are the highest-paid profession in this world today.

It takes someone special to be a successful salesperson, hence the rewards are great. With over 50 years of experience and now retired, I will teach you how to close a sale with an average closure rate of 1 in 2


The Art of Salesmanship: How to Sell Anything to Anyone

 Understanding the Sales Process

Before we dive into the nitty-gritty of salesmanship, it’s important to understand the sales process. At its core, selling is about understanding the needs and wants of your customer and providing a solution that meets those needs. This requires building a relationship with the customer, identifying their pain points, and presenting your product or service as the solution to those problems.

 Building Relationships with Customers

One of the most important aspects of successful salesmanship is building relationships with your customers. This requires being personable, empathetic, and genuine in your interactions. Listening to your customers and understanding their needs is crucial to building trust and rapport.

 Identifying Customer Needs

To effectively sell to your customers, you need to understand their needs. This requires asking questions, actively listening, and being observant. Once you have identified the customer’s needs, you can tailor your sales pitch to highlight how your product or service can meet those needs.

Presenting Your Solution

When presenting your product or service to a customer, it’s important to focus on the benefits and outcomes, rather than just the features. Customers are more likely to buy when they can see how your product or service will improve their lives or solve their problems. Use storytelling and examples to bring your solution to life.

Overcoming Objections

It’s common for customers to have objections to your sales pitch. This could be due to cost, lack of understanding, or a myriad of other reasons. It’s important to be prepared to overcome objections by addressing them head-on and providing additional information or context. Remember, objections are an opportunity to provide more value and build trust with your customer.

Closing the Sale

Closing the sale is the ultimate goal of salesmanship. This requires asking for the sale in a confident, non-pushy manner. You can do this by summarizing the benefits of your product or service, addressing any final objections, and providing clear instructions on how to make the purchase.

Follow-Up and Relationship Building

After the sale is made, it’s important to continue building the relationship with your customer. This includes following up to ensure they are satisfied with their purchase, addressing any issues or concerns, and providing additional value through education or support. A strong relationship with your customer can lead to repeat business and referrals.


Salesmanship is both an art and a science. It requires empathy, creativity, and a willingness to build strong relationships with your customers. By understanding the sales process, building relationships, identifying customer needs, presenting your solution, overcoming objections, closing the sale, and following up, you can become a successful salesperson and sell anything to anyone.

Come and join, let me become your personal mentor, I provide guidance, support, and feedback to help you achieve your goals and reach your full potential.