The 48-hour rule is about speed (responsiveness), accountability (commitment and personal integrity), and differentiation. Read More
Is the salesperson you rely on to meet your goals (perhaps it’s you!) maniacally methodical? After running a company for almost 20 years whose primary focus is to get our clients in the door with their important prospects (Door Opener® Service), that’s what we’ve learned it takes to be most successful. Can you be successful ... Read More
Rising Above the Status Quo in Business by Crushing Mediocrity Mediocrity, in many ways, has become the new norm in business as we’ve lowered standards, and been overcome by a more casual culture. These tendencies, however, can be detrimental to success. Sticking with the status quo only serves to limit salespeople and their potential. Lisa Copeland, ... Play video
Network Selling is a sales model we created several years ago, that expresses the ideal needed in today’s interconnected digital sales landscape. It is expressed in this graphic: In this ebook, Nikolaus Kimla goes through each of the factors in Network Selling, fully explaining each. Respect We start with the very first element required in ... Read More
Sales management is not the easiest job in the world. It requires a lot of expertise and skill. One of the challenges of sales management is knowing how to handle the risks that come with the job. Using this slideshow, you can learn about the most common types of risks that sales managers face, and ... Start a slideshow
Deb Calvert tells a highly entertaining and educational True Sales Tale about never assuming you know your prospect’s objections. You have to ask the right discover questions to flush out those objections–all of them. It’s only when you do that you can skillfully turn them to your advantage–just as Deb was finally able to do. Read More
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