Tag: sales process improvement

3 Steps to Achieving Higher Sales Goals

Are you having trouble keeping the sales goals you set for yourself at the beginning of this year? You’re not alone. It’s not just exercising goals that tend to fall to the wayside as the year goes on; many goal setters often leave their intentions in the dust as well.

Are You Killing Your Sales by Being on Autopilot?

After you’ve found what works in the majority of sales situations, you tend to stick with it. Why mess with a tactic the works a good amount of the time? Because it will get old, that’s why; to both your clients AND you.

Why You Need to Update Your Sales Process NOW

Take a moment and think about your sales process. When was the last time it was updated or tweaked? Many reps still follow a traditional sales process despite changing buyer habits.

Is How Often You're Apologizing Killing Your Potential Sale?

Everyone makes mistakes. And, yes, an apology should be the first thing your client hears from you after such an occurrence. However, if you keep apologizing after that point, it will prolong the issue and potentially make it seem worse to the client than it ever really was.

Is the Way You're Speaking Killing Your Sales Pitch?

There’s a lot that can go wrong over the course of your sales pitch. Your own speaking habits make up one of those factors. Here's how not to drive clients away using only your voice.

Three Common Mistakes You Need to Avoid to Increase Sales

You may know your products/services backward and forward, but if you're making these three sales mistakes, you may be sabotaging your sale.

3 Tips to Help You Close That Sale

Meeting with a potential client soon? Here are three quick tips to keep in mind to help you close your next sale.

Sales: The Game of Reference Points

When making a decision, we often come up with a few options and compare them to see which we’d rather choose. Your potential clients’ processes are likely the same.

Prep for Success: 4 Tips to Better Your Next Sales Pitch

Prepping before making a sale is the difference between success and utter failure. Here are some aspects you should review before your next pitch.