Our newly hybrid world and the massive adoption of LinkedIn presents a greater opportunity to cast your net wider and network online. Why? Because that’s where we are all spending the majority of our time.
Our underlying assumptions—about prospects, our roles and factors that could hinder success—are crucial to our performance. Here are 17 sales truths and why understanding each one helps you win more deals.
We are in the middle chapters of our continuing crisis. Pundits and prognosticators are suggesting that our lives will never be the same, that we will be changed, altered by the events of our time, as were our parents, grandparents, and our ancestors. If this is true, then we should decide for ourselves what those changes might be.
A career in sales is tough and you can’t afford to take yourself too seriously. Here is what salespeople can expect in their sales career.
Rapport is the deepest level of relationship between two individuals that involves sharing common ground, and is established when harmony and accord have been reached between both parties.
Mental health and wellness are critical issues for Australian society. Being extremely successful in sales can look wonderful from afar, but the reality can be very different.
We all know that panic buying 108 rolls of toilet paper is a dumb thing to do. Yet, this is precisely what many people are doing; people who are otherwise typically quite sane and intelligent.
To break through all the marketing clutter, it’s imperative to have an enticing elevator speech that helps you attract more of your ideal customers and gives you enhanced clarity about the work you do.
There are seven self-destructive mindsets that new salespeople fall into, and these “traps” are often the reasons why they struggle to find success.
Without self-reflection, salespeople can find themselves employing the same sales techniques repeatedly, using their standard defaults, while still expecting a different result.