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7 Habits of Highly Successful Salespeople
7 Habits of Highly Successful Salespeople Becoming a successful salesperson is not as easy as it sounds – it takes hard work and serious commitment to prosper financially. “Successful people maintain a positive focus in life no matter what is going on around them. They stay focused on their past successes rather than past failures, and on the next action steps they need to take them closer to the fulfillment of their goals rather than all the other distractions that life presents to them,” says Jack Canfield, American author and motivational speaker. Success can only be attained by maintaining a structured life. You should leave room....
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How To Get More Qualified Sales Meetings (with scripts)
How To Get More Qualified Sales Meetings (with scripts) Crushing your quota in the sales industry is all about nailing qualified meetings and eventually closing the deal. Consistently having a large number of meetings is good, but you want to make sure each meeting is up to your standards. Whether you’re meeting a prospect for the first time or getting ready to close a deal, you always want to enter a meeting with a goal in mind. By establishing a goal for the meeting you get an idea of how the interaction is going to play out. Finding qualified prospects who are willing to sit down and hear your....
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7 Most Common Mistakes Made in Sales Pitches
7 Most Common Mistakes Made in Sales Pitches Once upon a time, sales reps could get by using the same sales pitch on all prospects, no matter who they were and what industry they worked in. However, this practice is long forgotten in the era of personalization and customized approaches. Anyone utilizing the old approach will quickly realize that it doesn’t work anymore. But, the new process of pitching to clients leaves plenty of room for mistakes. Here are some of the mistakes salespeople often make and tips on how to avoid them: 1. Trying to accomplish too much on the first meeting Revealing too much information on....
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How to Win Over Decision Makers at Hospitals
How to Win Over Decision Makers at Hospitals The job of a medical device salesperson is not an easy one. The products you sell are complex, you cover large territories and sales cycles can take forever due to elusive decision makers. Your job also requires always being up-to-date with the newest technological advances and maintaining deep knowledge of healthcare legislation. Hospitals are usually your main buyers. They’re also large, complex organizations where buying decisions involve several people in different roles, like physicians, financial analysts, or administrators. Interdepartmental decision-making helps hospitals save time and money in the long run. In the past, your job was to convince just the....
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Sell with Maximum Impact in the Least Time
Sell with Maximum Impact in the Least Time Make every moment count To really crush it in sales, whether to close out the year on a high note or to consistently perform at your highest level every day, you have to make every moment count. The following is from Ernest Hemingway's classic book "For Whom The Bell Tolls:" “Today is only one day in all the days that will ever be. But what will happen in all the other days that ever come can depend on what you do today.” I like to modify that to say “But what will happen in all other moments that ever come....
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