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Video: 英雄联盟竞猜视频比分 Rule #26: People Buy in Spite of the Hard Sell, Not Because of It

By 英雄联盟竞猜视频比分 Training / August 25, 2010

Countless people go through sales training seminars every year only to emerge with slick tricks, a few doses of confidence and a belief that they’ll be able to bully any prospect they meet into signing on the dotted line. While this may do just fine for the quick, lucky payday, it is not a system…

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Video: 英雄联盟竞猜视频比分 Rule #49: Leave Your Child in the Car

By 英雄联盟竞猜视频比分 Training / August 6, 2010

英雄联盟竞猜视频比分 Training’s Dave Hiatt explains 英雄联盟竞猜视频比分 Rule #49: “Leave Your Child in the Car.” No, we’re not advocating neglect. Just understand that the salesperson should be looking for neither approval nor acceptance from his or her prospect. Leave your emotions out of the equation.

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Ouch! That Stings- How Salespeople Got a Bad Rep

Ouch! That Stings: How Salespeople Got a Bad Rep

By 英雄联盟竞猜视频比分 Training / July 26, 2010

I’ve spent a lot of time considering why the occupation of selling has been given such a low approval rating over the past 40 years. It wasn’t always that way. Here’s a story that got me thinking about this again. A cowboy named Bud was overseeing his herd in a remote mountainous pasture in California…

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Going from a Typical Salesperson to a Trusted Advisor in Three Easy Loops

By 英雄联盟竞猜视频比分 Training / July 6, 2010

Recently I was working with a company’s executive team in reviewing the progress we had made together in solving a longstanding, difficult problem that had stunted their growth for years and slowed their momentum. It was rewarding to see their excitement as we reviewed the results of our efforts together. It was a good team…

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Email Is Not a Sales Strategy

By 英雄联盟竞猜视频比分 Training / July 1, 2010

I don’t like emails! Thought I’d get that out on the front end so there’s no mystery as to where I am heading. Now you’re wondering what in the world has happened. What did he do wrong? What caused such a negative reaction to something as simple, routine and harmless as email? Well, actually it’s…

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Wake Up Call

By Bill Bartlett / June 30, 2010

I have been doing a lot of traveling during the last two months. In spite of Chicago’s brutal weather and some minor inconveniences, my flights and hotel reservations have gone remarkably smoothly and I have experienced a high level of customer service. I had, however, an out-of-the-ordinary encounter at my hotel last week. It was…

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Before You Approach a Prospect, Consider the Lifetime Value of the Relationship

By 英雄联盟竞猜视频比分 Training / June 23, 2010

If your sales objective is to make the sale regardless, get the biggest order possible and structure the best deal for your company, then your entire focus is really on you. Many salespeople will say and do almost anything to make the sale. Too few will take the time to fully understand the prospect’s real needs…

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A Simple Trust-Building System That Works Every Time

By Will Crist / June 10, 2010

The other day, people in the training center were discussing how they go about building trust. The group shared lots of ideas, and every idea they shared would probably do the trick. When all was said and done, we had a list of about twenty things people could do to build trust. Over time, doing…

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The Changing Face of Training

By Bill Bartlett / June 8, 2010

Today’s business is focusing on something that champion athletes have always known: the right combination of training and coaching will help achieve greatness. It’s not enough to have a superior product or service. You must have the skills to get that message across to your prospects. Training imparts the knowledge critical for success in today’s…

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Why Do People Buy From You?

By Will Crist / June 7, 2010

How would you answer this question: Why does someone or a firm engage you or decide to buy from you? Take a moment and write down the reasons you think people buy. From what I have seen in most professional schools, people compete to have the best grades, the most outstanding ideas and the most highly…

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