How To Sell More Of Your Products & Services: This Is Why People Won’t Buy What You Sell!

This is a BIG reason more people will not buy your products and services. If you want to make more sales, this video will show you how to fix this problem.

Would you like to know a big reason people will never buy your products or services? And would you like to know, what to do, to get more people to buy what you sell?

You will find out both in today’s post. And I’ll show you how the book of Philippians proves this.

The Power of Alignment Between Words and Actions

Philippians chapter four helps us see why. But let me say this before I read a few verses…

A big reason people will never buy your product or service, is because you say one thing but do something else.

And people don’t buy from hypocrites.

The Trust Factor: Saying vs. Doing

If you talk the talk, but don’t walk the walk, nobody will buy from you, because they won’t be able to trust you.

Because people are always watching you. What you say, and especially what you do!

And before I continue, I need to run an audible[1]Calling an audible is a term from American Football that refers to when the quarterback changes the play at the last minute due to how the defense is lining up., and talk about something I didn’t plan to for a moment.

Thinking about the fact people are watching you can help a lot. This reminds you to stay focused and be on point.

But I live my life thinking about the fact, God is watching me as it says in Proverbs chapter fifteen verse three.

This helps much more. Because even though I’m not perfect, and make many mistakes, it challenges me to do the best I can. And when you do your best, you get the best. Audible over.

Why Hypocrisy Kills Sales

What is a big reason people don’t like Christianity? Because they meet Christians who preach the Bible, but don’t live by the Bible.

It’s a big turn off, isn’t it?

I pray not to be one of those Christians.

But it’s the same reason people won’t buy your products.

The Pitfall of Inconsistent Principles

In my article about how they programmed you to be poor, I talk about how to escape this poverty trap. I also share what I do to escape.

But imagine I shared how we get programmed for poverty but was doing those very things.

Something wouldn’t add up, you would think I’m crazy. And you would not buy any products or services, would you?

In my article on making ten thousand or more a month, I mention serving people, more than yourself.

But imagine if in every article, I started with…

“hey, comment on my article, follow me on all social platforms, and share this article with everyone you know.”

Imagine if I gave no value to you. But was always saying go to 50SUCCESSSECRETS.COM and pay twenty-five dollars for my book right now.

That would not be serving the people before serving yourself. That would be hypocritical, desperate, and would show you that I’m saying one thing but doing another.

And this would be a big reason not to do any of those things.

Balancing Self-Promotion and Authentic Service

But the truth is, you’re smart enough to like, follow, or share my stuff with anyone you think it will bless. And I don’t need to promote my products like that.

Serving vs. Self-Interest: Long-Term Perspective

All I must do is use my gift to serve at the highest level, and God will take care of the rest.

Because I know, when you do the things I say in my articles, you will get positive results. And when you help people get results, I’ll reap that harvest sometime in the future.

The Art of Planting Seeds for Future Harvests

It’s like my book. I view it as a one-year seed.

Of course, you can read all 50 secrets in a month. But the best results come when you read it the way I designed it.

Reading and applying one secret a week for the year, is how you get the best results.

This keeps people who focus on making money, before serving people away from buying my book.

If I told people, you are going to get guaranteed transformation in one day, that would get more sales today. But I’d lose way more in the long run.

Because I’m not trying to change people’s day. I’m trying to show people how to change their lives forever

That’s why my goal is not to be dishonest today, to make a little more money. But my goal is to be honest today, and plant seeds for my family, until Jesus returns.

The Compound Effect: Time and Impact

The last time I read my book and followed this plan, I had some nice changes in the first few weeks. Because I was able to start doing things again, I had stopped doing.

But it was about six months in when the big changes became clear. And then by the end of the year I was experiencing a whole new level of success.

That’s why after a year I start to expect the best testimonials.

The Transformation Journey: Aligning Timing and Expectations

Each success secret is life-changing when applied, and like compound interest. Things multiply over time.

And yes, I read my own book. Don’t judge me. But thinking about it now, Jesus did too. I guess I learnt from the best.

Consistency and Trust in Business

So you need to examine, what you are showing to people.

Are you saying one thing and doing another? This is why sales are not rolling in.

Let’s move to the second part.

How do you get more people to buy your products and services?

You do this by saying something and sticking to it. You are not a hypocrite, but a man or woman of your word.

The Blueprint for Success: Aligning Beliefs and Actions

This is why I’m not desperate to make sales. Because God is a man of His Word. He never lies. So as I continue to complete my assignment for Him, He will provide everything I need.

And as this happens I trust God more.

And this is what builds the trust in your customers to buy, buy often and tell others to buy as well.

Paul Shares The Blueprint For Success

Let me give you an example which proves the point.

In Philippians chapter four verse four, Paul says something rather shocking to most.

He says,

Rejoice in the Lord alway: [and] again I say, Rejoice.

How do you always rejoice and why should we listen to this?

Other than it being God’s Word, verse five tells you how, I’ll talk about why, later.

He says in verse five, Let your moderation be known unto all men. The Lord [is] at hand.

How you rejoice in all situations, is by reminding yourself the Lord is coming. By living like this, people see your moderation.

Moderation is your gentleness, or your controlled behaviour.

When everyone is going crazy, when everyone is saying one thing, but doing another, you are calm. Because the Lord is coming back.

Then he says something else shocking to most in verse six. Don’t worry about anything. Remind me again how much anything is?

But in everything he says, by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God.

The Value of Steadfastness in Challenging Times

Paul has said:

  • Always rejoice
  • Never worry
  • Show this behaviour to people you meet
  • Do this by thinking about the Lord’s return
  • Praying, and giving thanks to God.

And when you do this, verse seven says…

The peace of God that passes all understanding will keep your heart and mind through Christ Jesus.

Paul gives us the blueprint, but why should we follow him? And how does this show me how to get more people to buy my products and services Israel?

The Long-Term Payoff of Integrity

I’ll tell you…Paul didn’t say one thing and do something different.

It’s easy to always rejoice and not worry when things are going well. But what about when things seem to be going wrong?

What he says in chapter four makes more sense, and is something you want to follow, when you’ve read chapter one.

Paul is in prison as he writes Philippians. He’s been travelling preaching about Jesus. And notice what he says in chapter one verse fifteen to sixteen.

He says,

Some indeed preach Christ even of envy and strife; and some also of good will:

[16] The one preach Christ of contention, not sincerely, supposing to add affliction to my bonds:

There were people who did not care about Jesus, but were preaching to hurt Paul. To undo his work. And to get him to be in despair.

But verse seventeen to eighteen is gold. He says,

But the other of love, knowing that I am set for the defence of the gospel.

[18] What then? notwithstanding, every way, whether in pretence, or in truth, Christ is preached; and I therein do rejoice, yea, and will rejoice.

Some preach with good intentions, some with bad Paul says. But regardless, I am rejoicing, and will continue to rejoice.

The Success of Consistency In Integrity

Even in prison, with people trying to undo his work, he could still rejoice. This is the man, that was singing songs to the Lord in prison too, and you can see why.

When most get broken by the circumstances in life, Paul stayed true to his beliefs. And showed us how to do this as well.

So when he says three chapters later, rejoice in the Lord always. You not only can follow this, but want to follow this. And this is because he’s given you the example already.

He is saying one thing, and doing exactly the same thing. No matter how hard it is, he is staying true to his beliefs. And this is what encourages people to follow you. And then encourages people to pay you.

Paul knew that staying true to his beliefs would turn out for his good. And this is what happened.

Thousands of years later, I can use his example to prove my point.

And this is why, I try hard to avoid hypocrisy, because it will pay me now, but will pay me even more in the future. And it will be the same for you. If you follow these examples.

If you want to start a business that grows over ten k per month, my post sharing four steps to do this, will help.

So Go Win And God Bless.


1 Calling an audible is a term from American Football that refers to when the quarterback changes the play at the last minute due to how the defense is lining up.


He’s learning to serve the Christian community better and better each day through his teaching on the Bible (both theory and practical application for everyday life). Israel Ikhinmwin loves to share the truth of God’s Word and be an example for other Christians looking to develop your faith.

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