Answer the most important question in business
in 7 words or less
OUR METHODOLOGY IN YOUR HANDS
Learn why traditional business practices – such as mission, vision and values, or selling with features and benefits – leave businesses vulnerable in the uncertain economy of the future.
In Why Should I Choose You?, co-authors Ian Chamandy and Ken Aber describe in detail their unique methodology for strategic planning – called Blueprinting – that replaces many of the traditional business practices that have become ineffective or obsolete.
Find out how answering a single simple question brings clarity to every part of your organization and becomes a powerful driver for success. Discover the critical difference between what you’re selling and what your prospective customers are buying, and how to close the gap. Ian Chamandy and Ken Aber have led businesses and nonprofits of all sizes to success. Why Should I Choose You? will show you how.
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60 second book excerpts
The Value of Clarity
Ian Chamandy asks whether the executive team at your company is excited and passionate about your strategic plan. If they aren’t, this may be because they don’t have a clear, concise, and compelling understanding of where your company is going. In our book, Why Should I Choose You?, we teach you how to create an inspiring strategic plan that compels people to implement it.
What Customers are Buying VS. What You are Selling
In sales meetings, are your customers actually excited about buying your products or services? Ian Chamandy explains that if they aren’t, this may be because you’re focused on what you are selling, and not what your customers are buying. The fundamental difference between the two has a huge impact on the sales process. Learn about this difference and how to use it to your advantage in our book, Why Should I Choose You?.
IMAGINE, ARTICULATE, THEN LEAD
Aligning your operations
Break down the barriers between both business functions and lines of business.
Leading your business with clarity
Communicate the full value of your company to all stakeholders.
Inspiring fresh thinking
Great things happen when employees buy in.
Clients compelled to choose you
Seize their attention with one intriguing phrase.