We all know that asking prospects questions is the best way to learn more about them, their needs and how they can best be served. But, salespeople may actually be asking questions that hurt, more than help, their chances of making a sale. Ian Altman lists what he believes are the three worst questions to ask and suggests more appropriate alternatives.
Category: Sales Tips
Is there one word that can close the deal for you every time? Grant Cardone thinks so.
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Salespeople are always looking for ways to improve their presentations, and there certainly is no shortage of advice for doing so. But, have you ever heard of the presentation “trifecta?”
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Nobody says you have to be an extrovert to succeed at sales. But, you do need the right attitude.
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