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Increasing Sales Results | What to do Before Starting B2B Sales Training

Increasing Sales Results | What to do Before Starting B2B Sales Training

Increasing Sales Results – What to do Before Selecting Your B2B Sales Training Courses There are lots of ways of increasing sales results, you could: Focus on bigger deals Increase, or decrease prices Sort out your incoming sales funnel and sales lead generation Only chase good quality business with your clearly defined perfect prospect profile…

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Sales Detox

Sales Detox

When Did Sales Get So Complicated? Simple sales plan? Really? It seems tough to open my inbox some days without getting a flood of information on new sales techniques, tips on how to be a better influencer, how to close every deal first time and make all your prospects swoon at the thought of getting a…

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Relevant Sales Activity and the Equal Odds Rule

Relevant Sales Activity and the Equal Odds Rule

In Sales YOU have as much chance of winning as losing. Where you engage in meaningful and relevant sales activity… You have as much chance of getting a customer as getting a rejection. You have as much chance of succeeding as failing. Your chances are equal. Need more proof? The Equal Odds Rule was published…

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Strategy – Cheap or Fast…What’s Your Choice?

Strategy – Cheap or Fast…What’s Your Choice?

Strategy and Sales Business Plans – Questioning the Reality Strategy Overload, Strategy BS and Strategy Words Without Meaning!! I’ve seen it all over the last 4 months. I spent three weeks in summer looking through some very ambitious sales strategy and business plans for a company that has huge ambition and even bigger potential. Huge potential….

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Not Just Sales People – Value Added Problem Solvers

Not Just Sales People – Value Added Problem Solvers

Changing Times Sales and the art of selling is changing….just like everything else. New theories, practices and reworked ideas come around again and again. Some of them stick, some of them fade. Many work, some don’t. One thing that’s been around for ages, but always there in the background, as something that good (and great)…

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How to Improve Sales Performance: The Friday Sales Rant

How to Improve Sales Performance: The Friday Sales Rant

How to Improve Sales Performance: The Friday Sales Rant! You’d be surprised what businesses will do to improve sales performance. You’d be surprised the lengths they’ll go to, the resources they’ll commit and the efforts they’ll expend all in an effort to improve sales performance. Selling their soul? No…but not far off. So, why, why, why,…

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Sales Performance Improvement – Habit Beats Knowledge Every Time

Sales Performance Improvement – Habit Beats Knowledge Every Time

Sales Performance Improvement – Habit Beats Knowledge Every Time Sales Performance Improvement is the key driver for continuous sales improvement…better results, bigger results, faster. If you’re in sales, sales management or running your own business then chances are you’ll be looking for ways to continually boost your sales performance. You’ll be looking for more customers,…

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Sales Performance – What Do You Really, Really Want?

Sales Performance – What Do You Really, Really Want?

Sales Performance – What Do You Really, Really Want? Sales Performance – the puzzle for anyone in sales management. Bigger? More? Faster? But what does Sales Performance means to you, and how do you measure it? I ask this question a lot. Every business and sales leader I know wants better sales performance. Every single…

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Competitive Strategy – Do You Just Drop Your Price?

Competitive Strategy – Do You Just Drop Your Price?

Competitive strategy allows you lots of options. Competitive strategy takes more than simply dropping the price. Discover how lowering price is not the best differentiator when you’re trying to boost sales, profits and market share, and why simply distracting the market with cheaper prices is the last thing you should do.

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