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  • Writer's pictureMarty Jalove

Need, Seed, Feed; The Power of Perception

In today's fast-paced world, it's no secret that people are always looking for ways to make their lives easier. As a business owner, you have the power to make that happen by creating a need for your product or service. But how do you do that? How do you convince people that they absolutely need what you're offering? Let’s explore the power of perception and how you can use it to create a need for your product.


Need, Seed, Feed

Perception is everything. If you're looking to create a need for your product or service, it's essential that you position a problem or potential problem in the minds of your prospects. Whether it's a problem they already know they have but haven't found a solution to or a problem they didn't even realize they had, your job is to make them understand that their lives will be easier with your solution. Once you get that idea planted, you need to continue to nurture the thought. Give supporting information, point out how life would be easier if...


Think about any famous brand. Their product is based on a core need. Then, through promotion and advertising, a desire for their solution becomes the only option that customers will consider. If done right, your prospect feels as if they cannot live without your product. Or at least, they feel that it will solve a pain. A pain that they previously might not have even known that they had.


One way to create a need for your product is to show how it can solve a problem that your prospects are already aware of. For example, if you sell a weight loss program, you can position the problem of being overweight or unhealthy as something that your program can solve. By doing this, you're creating a need for your product that your prospects may not have realized they had before.


Another way to create a need for your product is to show how it can make life easier or more enjoyable. Luxury brands are experts at this. They create products that people desire and justify their purchase with their needs. For example, a luxury car may not be necessary, but it can make the driving experience more enjoyable and comfortable. By creating a strong desire for your product, you can make it seem like a must-have for your prospects.


The key to creating a need for your product is to focus on the benefits it provides rather than the features. People buy benefits, not features. They want to know how your product will make their lives better, easier, or more enjoyable. By focusing on the benefits, you can create a need for your product that your prospects will feel they can't live without.


Creating a need for your product is not easy, but it's essential if you want your business to succeed. By using the power of perception and focusing on the benefits your product provides, you can convince your prospects that they absolutely need what you're offering. Remember, perception is everything. Position a problem, nurture the thought, and continue to give supporting information. Show your prospects how your product will make their lives better, easier, or more enjoyable, and you'll create a need that they can't resist.


Let’s uncover your core #NEED, create a plan to #SEED your audience, and then #FEED them what they need to hear so that you can easily close the sale.


Need, Seed, Feed; The Power of Perception

Marty Jalove of Master Happiness is a Corporate Coach, Business Consultant, and Marketing Strategist that helps small businesses, teams, and individuals find focus, feel fulfilled, and have fun. Master Happiness stresses the importance of realistic goal setting, empowerment, and accountability in order to encourage employee engagement and retention.


The secret is simple: Happy Employees attract Happy Customers and Happy Customers come back with Friends.


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