Here is another close that you can use with prospects.
“What would you like me to do now?”
When you use this close at the end of your presentation, all of the stress and fears of rejection leave you, and the decision is now up to the prospect.
Actually, the prospect now feels a bit of pressure to make a decision. The prospect must now decide to ask you to leave, or ask for more information, or say that he is ready to join, etc.
But the neat thing is … the prospect has to make a decision. And, you can use this close to gracefully end your presentation.
Yes, this is very low-pressure, but I always like to treat prospects as adults.