Posts Tagged ‘Sales’

Sales skills can be taught, but before you spend money on expensive sales training, one of the best ways to get better at sales is to spend some time honing your skills with some of these simple tips.

The success of a business is often pegged on how it accommodates change in trends, which often finds many people unprepared.

As a sales person you receive a certain amount of training that always highlights the main features of whatever you are selling, with your tele sales training/script you are also programmed into ‘knowing’ what your customer wants and how to give that to them. Reality Check! You don’t and neither does your company.

I heard a quote on the news recently that only hairdressers and coffee shops will survive the rise in online shopping. This got me thinking how it can really affect towns and communities and what they can possibly do about this eventuality.

If Businesses are viewing ‘cold calling’ as a sales activity that they don’t wish to do they are gravely mistaken… […]

Over the past few years ‘Cold-Calling’ had become a favored activity of choice to generate Sales as it is believed you can contact large numbers of ‘prospects’ in a short space of time. BUT, I heard that ‘Cold-Calling’ is dead… I have to disagree and here’s why;

Regardless of where you are in the world, if you answered “no” to the question above, you can stop reading and go and do something more beneficial with your time…

If you could sell yourself,and convey “You’re the one in loss if you don’t buy my ideas” things would be really easier, right? So, how on earth can I sell myself?

It would be a mad world if we ALL looked at life and said ‘what will make me the most money?’ I want to be/do that… There is only enough room for one David Beckham and only one Brittany Spears.

Give, and you get back. If you are an expert in your field and manage to extract huge sums of money for your time, giving a percentage of that time for free will empower both you and the receiver. What comes around, goes around…