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There’s a fundamental flaw with the way most B2B companies approach sales training and enablement. The de facto approach is usually to focus on the process, not the outcome …
Slippage. Blood Commit. Bottom Drawers and Bluebird Deals. The language of sales forecasting can be confusing and deeply unsettling at times. Over 20 years I’ve seen the very best and the very …
I was reminded the hard way this week of a few key sales lessons, when I went to get my car washed.
Interested to read the anatomy of a close competitive loss? From a long list of 9 vendors, the client short listed to 2. The feedback from the prospect on the losing vendor was odd.
The 2 biggest deals I closed last year, said yes within 1 hour of me submitting my proposal. Is it because I’m phenomenally good at what I do?
Warning: Soap-box style rant to follow!
I’ve noticed three interesting trends in the B2B sales world recently.
Don’t talk about your customers, talk to your customers. Don’t guess at their preferences, find out what they actually like and dislike. Don’t ponder their decision criteria, get them to explain it to you.
“Ghosting” has become a hot topic in the world of dating in recent times, with bizarre stories emerging of people wiping their digital slates clean, simply to avoid the awkward break-up conversation.
It’s a confusing and frightening time for many salespeople right now. They’re grappling with the competing forces of automation and commoditisation …
More than a year ago, I hatched an idea to tap into the sentiment of business decision makers and procurement people around the world, to understand what really makes them tick.
At some stage of our career, all of us will work with someone who seems to have the Midas touch when it comes to making sales.
As we edge closer to the end of the quarter/financial year, the pressure to close deals is almost certainly increasing.
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