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How to Avoid the “P” Word

How do you have a conversation with a prospect that focuses on value, rather than the “P” word – price? We all understand that price will be a consideration when making a purchase, but when you..

Eliminate “No-Decision” through Continuous Qualification

There are times when sales reps identify opportunities that, for whatever reason, they just can't win.

Perhaps it is the competitive nature of many sales reps and the challenge to cling to an..

Why Sales Discovery is Not only an Up-front Process

While curiosity may have killed the cat, it also helped the sales rep close the deal …

Successful sales professionals are curious by nature. They are interested in learning about their prospect’s..

Getting over the Objection Hurdles

Most salespeople dread objections. Objections from prospects that typically surface toward the end of the sales process can feel like a roadblock to success. Although you may see objections as..

On Value: Making the Case for Being Worth It

As 2017 came to an end, there were a few key purchasing decisions I was considering. The time had come for our firm to upgrade our infrastructure and technology platforms.  Going through the..

Why Will They Meet You? One Executive's Perspective.

Early in the first quarter is the time to focus on building our pipelines to achieve, or even overachieve, our sales goals in 2017. This requires us to market to generate opportunities, nurture..