Learning is changing at an unprecedented pace, we are writing our own curriculum and drawing upon all the resources available to enable this to happen.
The days of the charismatic but tactical salesperson are getting behind us, particularly in B2B sales. A winning personality still goes a long way, but today’s buyers aren’t looking for slick pitchmen.
You are a rare and highly valuable commodity, exceedingly important to the success of any business. But be careful! The way the sales industry works is subject to change. Today’s sales hero could easily become tomorrow's sales zero.
There is one attribute that a highly successful sales person possesses that differentiates them from all of their competition and allows them to exponentially achieve higher results, and more sustainable results.
It’s better to be prepared and not have an opportunity then have an opportunity and not be prepared.
There is something very human about making excuses for our failures. Our egos try to protect themselves by placing the blame somewhere else, somewhere far away from us.
For those of us who’ve spent many years in the sales profession, it’s pretty hard to read words like ‘manipulative’ and ‘sleazy’ without a sense of shame and embarrassment.
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.
“Sales” is tough. It involves rejection, failure, problems, uncertainty and we’re measured like very few other professionals are. How to Stay Motivated and Confident in Sales?
Emotional intelligence is a skill that’s incredibly beneficial when it comes to sales and business – but its use goes far beyond closing a deal or getting a promotion. EI can help you in virtually any professional or personal activity. Emotional intelligence can be learned – and it really is the key to success!