Posted on: November 21, 2019

If you think you need to be an expert to become unstoppable at cold calling, think again. Today’s special guest came from the pastoral world, had no prior sales or cold calling experience, but is making a killing in the wholesaling market!

Chris Mayfield gets massive fulfilment from helping people and opening new churches. However, financially, he knew he wanted more. In his quest to find something that can help him enjoy more time with his loved ones and provide more for his family, he found wholesaling. And the rest they say is history.

Nowadays, Chris makes as much as $50,000 per month doing something he loves—helping people through wholesaling!

If you would like to help others and make a lucrative living while at it, today’s episode would be perfect for you. Chris not only shared valuable wholesaling tips and tricks, he also shared many insights and wisdom that have helped him succeed in the exciting and rewarding world of wholesaling!

Key Takeaways

  • How understanding people’s pain point has helped him in his business
  • How he uses the TTP script to connect with people on the phone
  • The importance of building rapport and creating a relationship with the sellers
  • Why it pays to focus on the positives as opposed to the negatives
  • Why he thinks becoming a part of a tribe/community is crucial
  • Incredible deals he did and how they came about
  • Why it’s important to really listen to what the seller is saying
  • What to him the essence of TTP and wholesaling are
  • His advice to those who are new and those who would like to give wholesaling a try
  • His income/business goals for 2019 and how things are looking for him
  • How he comes up with the value for land deals
  • How one can easily figure out the seller’s motivation
  • How people can get in touch with him


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