@CharlesHGreen: Trusted Tip #14: There are lots of things that can go wrong in sales, but one stands alone: accelerating way too rapidly to the conclusion. This video clip explains why: bit.ly/2IBsGMO pic.twitter.com/lJliqTHPkA
Sellers do extraordinary things when they stop pushing people to buy before they’re ready, and start guiding buyers by transforming values into actions, visions into realities, obstacles into innovations, separateness into solidarity, and risks into rewards.
By Tibor Shanto I enjoy doing podcasts about sales, and as with anything, some are better than others. The ones I seem to enjoy most are ones where the host is still actively involved in sales. The quality and tone of the discussion are always more challenging and meaningful. They speak from experience, rather than the second-hand view from the press booth, far from the field. I recently had the pleasure to chat with Jeff Bajorek, on his “The Why and The Buy” podcast. We covered a wide rang. show all text
Enjoy the Video! We were finishing two of my leadership coaching program in Dublin, Ireland, for a team of talented sales leaders. As we went around the room listening to what people had learned, one manager said, “I totally believe in coaching and how essential this skill and mindset is so that I can effectively coach my team to achieve their goals. However, I’m struggling with trying to fit coaching around all of my other responsibilities.” Before I could respond, another manager jumped in an. show all text
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@KeithRosen: Managers – Here’s The Only Question to Determine if You’re Making Your People the #1 Priority keithrosen.com/2019/10/manage…