You’re in the right place. This is a template to help you through that first meeting with a prospective client. This structure is what we commonly use at Blind, and we thought you’d enjoy it. There has been just about a million versions of this floating around our office – special thanks to Keone Cheung, who pioneered the first version. There’s no catch, no cost, and no action needed from you, except to fill out the form above and download your worksheet! And of course, we’d love it if you forwarded this link to your friends, especially if they would get value out of this worksheet. As always, thanks for being so awesome!
It's happened to all of us.
We've forgotten to ask about pricing. Or timelines. Or what problems this project will solve for clients.
Or maybe you've gone through an entire call only to hear a lead say, "This all sounds great. Let me take all of this back to my business partner."
While we can't promise to take away all the stress that sales calls cause, we can promise that you'll never leave a new client meeting without the answers to all the essential questions you need to not just make a solid proposal but to also impress prospects with how deeply you've thought about their project before you've even been hired.
First meetings with potential clients can be stressful. But having a proven set of questions to ask not only lowers sales-call anxiety, but they also show clients you're a professional who's ready to solve big business problems.
But hey- if you like stressful sales calls, you can just wing it.
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