Selling Luxury: Anne Scully, President, McCabe World Travel (Podcast)

Welcome to Selling Luxurious, the podcast generated by the editors of Luxury Vacation Advisor. This series inspires and educates journey advisors who want to enter the luxury arena and offers fantastic insights for individuals advisors who are by now productive in this specialized niche.

Ruthanne Terrero, VP and editorial director of Luxury Vacation Advisor, in this episode chats with Anne Scully, president of McCabe Entire world Vacation, who discusses ways to manage fantastic consumer relationships.

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In accordance to Scully, a journey is rarely different than an writer. “I actually consider that a fantastic journey advisor is a biographer of their clients lifetime stories by journey,” she states. And, by that, she relates an advisor obtaining to know the consumer to a reader obtaining to know the people in the commencing of the reserve, but then the character has to develop—as does a journey advisor’s marriage with his or her clients.

With every single excursion remaining a different chapter in the reserve, advisors should really regularly be learning about their clients but also arranging a very long-term approach to their journey so the story—the client’s lifetime in travel—is cohesive.

When learning about a consumer at the commencing of a marriage, Scully states it is significant to ask open-ended inquiries. And, immediately after every single excursion they consider, Scully constantly asks if there was one particular matter the consumer could adjust about the excursion, what would it be. It will help boost every single excursion they reserve afterwards.

Take a hear to hear what else Anne Scully has to say about retaining clients, remaining a storyteller and remaining upfront about benefits that you get your clients. 

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