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Guidelines For Asking The Best Quality Questions In A Sales Meeting

The brain is the most wonderful computer on the planet. In fact, it’s pretty much an insult to the brain to compare it to a computer. Even the most powerful computer built is left a distant second to the brain in efficiency ratings. The interesting thing about human brains is it is always searching for meaning.   When it’s faced…

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A Great Way To Get Information From Prospects

There’s a saying that sums up where most people’s careers end up, and it goes something like “If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up anywhere”. And it’s also true when you’re having a conversation with a prospect. The amount of information you obtain from them is concurrent with the quality of the questions you ask. When we…

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The Best Type Of Question That Gets Quick Answers

What makes a great salesperson? Product knowledge? Great organisation and timekeeping? The ability to prospect effectively? All these are, of course, vital in the armoury of the salesperson who wants to make a success of their profession. But there’s one skill that I believe puts a salesperson head and shoulders above their competition, especially when they are actually face to…

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The One Question Every Buyer Wants Answered

Over the years. most trainings and development programmes for salespeople have emphasised the importance of effective processes and techniques to be able to ‘sell’ their products and services. Most salespeople want to know how to ‘open the call’ or ‘overcome objections’. The skill development has revolved around how the knowledge and experience can be built so that they can capture interest,…

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10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before A Sales Interaction – Video Blog

As a sales person, simply knowing the product or service that you are selling inside out is not enough to ensure that you will close every deal. In order to sell successfully you must understand what is going to make your prospects and clients buy, and the only way to find out this information is to ask the right questions….

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The Concept Of Inquiry: How To Get A Balanced View Of The Prospect’s Needs

Many of our programmes have exercises and activities that bring the best out of salespeople. This is especially true when we run activities around the conversational quality of questioning techniques. Naturally, we as humans are inquisitive and want to find out information. Improving our questioning skills is one of the ways that we find information that will help us progress…

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How Your Sat-Nav System Could Help You Sell More

Let’s say you’re going to visit a new prospect. You have all the details you need and you’ve prepared for the visit. The only thing you need to do now is get to their office or place of work to start the process. Many will use their satellite navigation system to get there, especially if they’ve never visited before. What…

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Sales Tales: How Stories Can Increase Your Sales Success

‘Let me tell you a story…” I remember my mum using those words many times, and it used to grab my attention as I was whisked away into far-off lands, awed by mythical creatures and fairy-tale events. I was hooked on those stories, as they helped to generate ideas for play and increased my creative thinking skills. Stories are the…

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The 2500-Year-Old Questioning Technique That Works With Modern Day Buyers

Imagine you’re walking around the shops and an elderly man approaches you, asking you some questions. You try to ignore him, but his questions are powerful and engaging. He makes you think a lot and you find yourself drawn into the conversation which very quickly brings out how you see a current situation. Although he never really takes a position,…

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3 Quick Important Trade Show Tips

After a recent visit to a trade show, I felt I had to point out a few of quick thoughts that we all need to keep in mind. I am going to make this short and sweet and not going to give you too much, because that is the problem—TOO MUCH! #1 – Too Much Fanfare Please, tone it down…

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