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Seven Year End Sales Tips for Immediate Results

Remember, there are only two ways to Heat Up Your Sales: 1) obtain new customers, and 2) get your current customers to buy more stuff. 1. Change up your selling tactics.  Work more with “A” accounts instead of “B” and “C” accounts. Your competitors want your “A” accounts as new business. Your best accounts might […]

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Accountability If you can measure it, you can manage it. There are 251 selling days in 2013 Today is June 27; Day 124. Six month review: Are you 50% of 2013 Plan? Do you have a Sales Plan? Do all your employees know the sales plan? Do you know if you are ahead of last […]

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Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Sales Coach

1 Goals ~ SMART Goals:  You are able to set challenging goals, get buy-in, make plans and follow those plans to achieve your goals. You’ll accomplish goals, and tasks, and projects much more quickly. 2 A coach helps you identify and eliminate unproductive time drains, like burying yourself in administrative tasks, making dreaded cold calls […]

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6.5 Tips for a Great Sales Meeting:

A great sales meeting is educational, entertaining and informative. We are talking about the weekly or bi-monthly meetings to discuss sales results and action steps; not the long drawn out national sales meeting. 1. Agenda Publish an agenda a couple days before the meeting. Request each participant to forward any problems or issues they are […]

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Sales Kitchen’s 13 Ways To Have A Great ’13

A baker’s dozen from the Kitchen: 13 ways to Heat Up Your Sales in ’13. 1) 2012 Review (closed, lost, opportunities, highlights) 2) 2013 Plan (SMART Goals) Mandate monthly results meetings Establish goals for all employees 3. Develop three initiatives for Q1 Cause Marketing Monthly newsletter (step it up to twice a month) Update your […]

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