Episode #171: Sales and the Science of Decision Making with Dr. Terry Wu
In This Episode of The Buyer’s Mind with Jeff Shore:
Dr. Terry Wu and Jeff look at the brain connection between emotion and decision making. We know that a purchase decision is made from a place of emotion and the brain then justifies that with logic, but how? Dr. Wu explains how the brain connections take place and when you understand that as a salesperson, you can help your customer in their purchase process.
Topics we’re going to cover on today’s podcast:
[1:37] Hippocampus and Amygdala – aren’t they Star Wars characters?
[ 5:36] How does stress affect decision making?
[10:52]The Hippocampus and Amygdala connection
[18:07] Cognitive biases
[25:19] Fear of heights and the connection to purchase decisions
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More about our guest Dr. Terry Wu:
Dr. Terry Wu specializes in applying Neuroscience in sales and marketing to boost business revenues. He earned his Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Vanderbilt University in 1996. With over 30 years of experience in Neuroscience and over 18 years of experience in Sales and Marketing, he has developed a deep understanding of Why the Brain Buys.
Since 2003, he has been working with businesses of all industries and sizes to drive up their sales and marketing conversion rates by 5-10 times. Now, your team can get the cutting-edge information that your competitors haven’t heard of yet.