To help prospects get a better idea of why they should work with you, you need to paint a new reality picture. By doing so, you help them envision the outcome that your partnership can achieve.
Tag: sales skills
How are you feeling at the beginning of this new year? Do you feel like you’re the best at what you do? If not, it’s time to change that.
You’ve heard the advice that sales is about helping the client and not about making money. But are you actively putting that advice into practice? A solid foundation to build effective sales on are your listening skills.
Calls are the most direct way to reach a prospect. And, even if you get sent to voicemail, you know your message will be heard. But, just like everything in sales, though, there is an art to the phone call.
The way you begin any form of writing is the key to whether or not people will continue reading. If it’s boring or looks the same as other emails they’ve been opening recently, they’ll skip it before even reaching your primary content.
Breakup emails are a final call-to-action that shows you have noticed the client’s silence and are going to respond appropriately. This is the make-or-break. How will they respond?
What’s easier to choose between: two meal options or five? No matter what it is you need to choose from, the process is always easier with fewer options.
How you deliver a sales pitch is just as important as the words you intend to say. The wrong body language, such as failing to make eye contact or acting shifting when you speak, can accidentally inspire mistrust or skepticism in your potential client.
You may know your products/services backward and forward, but if you’re making these three sales mistakes, you may be sabotaging your sale.
The beginning of the year is a great time to evaluate your sales techniques, knowledge and overall skills. An annual sales “check-up” can ensure that you reach your full potential by spotlighting any weak points.