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Sales IS Personal. 13 Questions That Hyper-Qualify Every Prospect and Selling Opportunity

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Sales IS Personal. 13 Questions That Hyper-Qualify Every Prospect and Selling Opportunitycold calling, Remote Work, Sales Coaching, Sales Leadership, Sales Management, sales tips, Sales Training, selling

by Keith Rosen on December 1, 2020 with 0 comment

Qualifying a prospect to determine if your product is a fit is one thing but how do you qualify their MINDSET to ensure you’re working with the right people? Here are 13 questions that help you get into your prospect’s head to assess their attitude and thinking, uncover any costly assumptions they’re making about you, …

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The Anatomy of a Cold Call – The Five Critical ObjectivesProspecting, Cold Calling and Networking, Sales Coaching, sales tips, tele-sales, telesales

by Keith Rosen on May 22, 2009 with 0 comment

“What do I need to accomplish in the first few minutes of every cold call I make?” “What’s my overall objective of a cold call?” These questions rank up there as two of the top questions I’m asked. If you’ve been following my last few posts, I’ve been hyper-focused on the importance of sales benchmarking …

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Five Principles to Crafting Better Coaching Questions

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Five Principles to Crafting Better Coaching QuestionsBusiness Coaching

by Keith Rosen on August 18, 2006 with 0 comment

When asking questions, the importance of how those questions are positioned is essential. Be mindful of these 5 elements to start asking better questions today. Be sure that your questions succeed in achieving the following objectives. 1. Be direct and candid with your questioning and communication. Do not be vague or tiptoe around the subject or …

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