The 7 Deadly Sins of a Sales Professional. The first sin – apathy, can wreck any sales professional’s dreams of reaching their goals.
The standard business advice to seize every opportunity contains a fatal flaw: It assumes that opportunity will just present itself at some point, and you can passively wait for it to arise. But some of the best and boldest business minds know real opportunities are made, not merely grabbed at. When Twitter cofounder Biz Stone […]
Is your marketing dead on arrival? It is hard to know where to compete in business these days. On one hand, we all want to stand out, yet on another hand we want to make sure that we get found in all the same keyword searches as our competitors.
Executives and corporations should embrace competition as a way to improve skills, boost sales and better serve the customer.
A business can boost profits as much as 255% by retaining merely 5% more of their existing customers.
Above the line is what people see – how do you present yourself in every day situations?
I began to realize my competition was not my number one enemy, nor was it deserving of my loathing.
If you are in sales and your income is driven by your ability to build new relationships with clients and referral sources, this year is gearing up to be a busy one.
Bill Hart shares insight on “What Brought the Plane Down: Learn from Failure” through video.
The question today is – how does a highly commissioned professional handle this in a marketplace that is not giving away any sales for free?
Complacency is a sin is because it tricks us into thinking we are satisfied and don’t need to improve.
Plan out how you will become more knowledgeable as a sales person and how you will gain more knowledge about your product or service.