This is the fifth in a series of seven articles outlining the need for NEW RULES in your selling efforts. In this article, we’ll look at the Dynamic of Value.
Anyone else get annoyed when a company drones on and on about their “value”? You’ve heard all the iterations of this: Value Add. Value Proposition. Value Statement.
Usually it means something like this, “We bring value – and if we talk enough about how much value we bring, then it’s likely you’ll begin to believe it.”
Well, that’s not good enough today.
I’ll share a new way to look at “value” so you can change the rules of the selling game. As I’ve done in each article in this series (click here to read the other articles), my sole aim is to help you change the entire dynamic of the buyer/seller process.
If you do it right, you’ll be the prize that others will seek. Wouldn’t that be nice? Well, it’s possible, if you read this series and begin to ACT.
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Are you feeling the year-end overwhelm?
Does your sales life feel crowded, chaotic or unintentional?
In today’s episode, veteran sales trainers Bill Caskey and Bryan Neale give you strategies to de-clutter and re-focus for 2017.
Are you cold calling just because you think you’re supposed to? Are you aimlessly prospecting without a true strategy behind it?
In this episode of The Advanced Selling Podcast, Bill and Bryan share best practices and advice to help you engage in the best ways possible as you move into the new year.
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This is the fourth in a series of seven articles outlining the need for NEW RULES in your selling efforts. In today’s article, we’ll look at the “Dynamic of Process.”
Sales Process: No one term has commanded the attention of so many, yet been implemented by so few.
Every CEO I know talks about ‘sales process,’ but few implement any true strategy. When I go into their companies and ask about their process, my question is answered with dead silence.
Why the silence? Few companies will admit to having a good, psychologically sound sales process. And those sales teams that do have a decent one rarely use it.
Why is that?
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