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The Systematic Approach To Selling

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The Systematic Approach To SellingHow To Sell and Sales Tips

by Keith Rosen on January 18, 2008 with 0 comment

Do you have a systematic approach to selling? What you can measure, you can then manage. So, if you don’t have a defined sales process, then how can you manage and refine one in order to become consistent in your performance? The shotgun approach to selling does not provide you with the ability to become …

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Chasing Dead Opportunities

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Chasing Dead OpportunitiesHow To Sell and Sales Tips

by Keith Rosen on January 14, 2008 with 0 comment

Are you making too many follow-up calls? It’s time you recognized when a sale is dying. Whether it’s because of a stubborn attitude or not realizing when a sale is truly dead, salespeople sometimes spend too much time chasing accounts that simply don’t qualify as a potential sale. This should have been detected during the discovery …

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13 Radical Resolutions to Create Your Best Year Yet

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13 Radical Resolutions to Create Your Best Year YetGoal Setting

by Keith Rosen on January 3, 2008 with 0 comment

To reach your goals with the least amount of effort, start with upgrading your attitude to achieve greater results. Here are 13 things you can do to make this your best year yet! With the dramatic changes we endure in society, it’s no wonder that many of us are asking ourselves, “Now what do I do?” …

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Customers Don’t Want a Relationship With You

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Customers Don’t Want a Relationship With YouInsights in Business

by Keith Rosen on November 14, 2006 with 4 comments

To become a great salesperson you need to foster and build strong relationships with your prospects and clients. But not everyone wants a relationship with you. The stronger the relationships that you build with your customers, the easier it will be to sell them, serve them and support them. While this is certainly true, essential …

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