5 Ways to Help You Rock Your Next Sales Rally

You’ve probably heard the old saying “come to the meeting to get your beating!” Not good. But, what if you could change that paradigm? What if you turned your weekly sales meetings into a weekly sales rally. Doesn’t that sound better? And it’s not just a play on words. Here are 5 ways to rock your next sales rally.

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How You Should Handle Sales Cancellations – Part 2

When a buyer wants to cancel, sometimes it is for legitimate reasons and other times the reason for canceling is due to plain old fear. Your job is to diagnose which it is. If you uncover a fear-based reason, you have a shot at getting the buyer back on track to achieving their original mission. Here are six steps Ryan Taft has to getting the sale back on track.

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Do You Know the Effects of Optimism in Sales?

There is an aura to positivity – an undefined and highly contagious energy. We gravitate to positive people. We’ll even pay for positivity. Salespeople share many similar attributes, but a common thread among the sales elite is an infectiously positive outlook.

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5 Tips to Boost Your Sales and Still Have a (Happy) Life

For those of us in sales, we do it because we love it. The problem is we can’t seem to shut it off. Many of us find ourselves working crazy hours and achieving great success, but our personal life suffers. ​So the question is, can you be a high performing, high-earning sales person and still live a happy life? Yes! Yes you can. ​And Amy O’Connor has given us some tips as to how.

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Do You Know Your Projects Key to Success? Goal Clarity

If I want to do a project correctly there is only one appropriate place to start: at the end. This is true for any project or any goal, and it is the reason for high failure rates of just about any endeavor. There is one overriding key to success in a goal or a project, and if you miss this you are dead before you get started. The key to success: Goal Clarity.

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How You Should Handle Sales Cancellations – Part 1

How do you handle a lack of confidence in your customer that leads to a sales cancellation? There are two things you can do, and in this article Ryan Taft tells us the first step to take. Proactively build up a customer’s confidence before buyer remorse happens. This is known as expectation setting. Learn more in this article, and stay tuned for step number two.

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Are You Training Your Brain to Think Like a 5-Year-Old?

We are sales professionals, and therefore we very much love three letters: Y-E-S. Is there a sweeter sound than that of a hard-earned “yes” at end of a sales presentation? I think not. The converse, of course, is also true. The word “no” is like a dagger in the heart. But it doesn’t have to be that way. All we need to do is study the typical 5-year-old.

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Do Your Closing Questions Come to You Naturally?

So you sign up for a seminar or a training session about perfecting your closing questions. It’s right there on the screen, the perfect script. You, too, can become a hardcore closer. There’s one problem… the script isn’t yours. Closing questions should flow naturally and confidently from the relational tone found in the rest of the sales conversation. Do your closing questions flow naturally?

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