What would you say is the most important part of the sales process? For Richard Smith, co-founder and Head of Sales for Refract.ai, believes that discovery calls are most vital.
Do you get that special feeling when you find a prospect who fits the description of your ideal target candidate? They’re in the same field of business as many of your other clients, they’re in a position of buying power, and there’s plenty of contact information for them. Your solution will be perfect for them! Get out of that mindset.
It can be tricky to sell certain services without feeling like you’re selling out. This is especially true for those selling wellness services, including personal coaching.
Your next big client could actually come from working with your competitor. If you haven’t ever considered checking out the competition’s client list, you could be missing out on big opportunities.
The sales cycle is a marathon, not a sprint. From that first cold call to the fresh ink of a signed contract, there are hundreds of variables at play, which means potential problems loom around every corner.
Questions will get you answers. The right questions will get you sales.
Have you been having trouble increasing your sales lately? Have you tried a number of new techniques and it still seems like nothing is helping? SellingPower’s Jeff Cochran has developed a systematic approach that only takes three steps to see a difference.
Has your close rate been lower than you’d like lately? It’s easy to blame the problem on the poor quality of customers who are walking through your front door.
If you are a fan of The Moth or This American Life, you know the power of storytelling. We humans seem hardwired to root for the underdogs and cheer them on as they achieve victory over their antagonists.
“When you talk to customers, what are you fundamentally trying to do?” That is the question SellingPower recommends asking yourself when reflecting on your sales strategy.