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Closing Time! The 10 Best Sales Books of All Time

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Jun24
When sales coaching legend Zig Ziglar said: “You can get everything you want in life if you just help other people get what they want,” he was speaking to the heart of the salesperson. Sales is about communication, persuasion and the building of interpersonal connection – the ultimate goal of

The Theory and Practice of Sales Funnels

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Jun18
For over 100 years, the term “sales funnel” has been used to describe the traditional process of making a sale. At the beginning you attract a wide base of prospects and as you continue the process, you narrow all the way down to individual customers. The reason the sales funnel

Meet Sales Goals by Managing Stress More Effectively

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Jun02
Feeling stressed is a physical and emotional response to a specific situation. Too often it can creep up without the victim understanding why. Understanding the factors that can trigger a stress response in an individual is often the first step in being able to manage it. Typical stress triggers in

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KEEP CALM AND SELL ON! PART TWO: SELLING FROM A DISTANCE – HOW TO UTILIZE VIRTUAL TOOLS TO ENGAGE CLIENTS

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Apr09
Even before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing amount of selling was taking place in the virtual world through online tools like email, chat and remote conferencing services such as Zoom. Now, in our new world of lockdowns and self-isolating, companies unable to move into the virtual realm are

Keep Calm and Sell On! Part One: The 10 Commandments of Working From Home

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Mar30
Whatever your opinion on employees working from home, the COVID-19 pandemic has made it the new normal for most American companies. The good news is there is a slew of research out there that shows at-home workers are actually more productive than their prairie-dogging contemporaries. However, working from home requires

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