Sales Influence - Why People Buy!

I came from the world of selling as an account manager and moved up the ranks to Director of Sales, then VP of International Sales and eventually President of Sales and Marketing. I know what it takes to sell and how to manage and motivate your sales team. I didn't read a book on selling; I LIVED IT! Selling has become tougher! It isn't what it use to be! Show up, do the dog-and-pony and close the deal! Not any more! Today's buyer has changed given the access to more information. Which means that buyers are more informed and more skeptical when it comes to buying. In this podcast, we'll discuss "Finding the Why in How Clients Buy"! Using the latest studies in consumer behavior and neuromarketing, you'll learn new ways to sell more effectively!
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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 25, 2016

Clients usually ask for a discount.  Here are 7 ways you can counter the "can you give me a better price" objection without having to lower your price.

Oct 21, 2016

One of the most common objections you get from a client is, "That's more than I expected to pay."  Using this one simple, yet effective strategy, you can a) block that objection b) increase your average order size and c) do so without lowering our price.

Oct 17, 2016

Every manager has to learn how to condition their salespeople to think for themselves instead of always solving the problem for them.  In this podcast learn a simple trick, and why it works, on how to get salespeople to stop depending on you and depend on themselves.

Oct 13, 2016

Don't psyche yourself out as a salesperson by Committing the Fundamental Attribution Error.  Too often we assume something about our customer or client that really isn't true.  In so doing, we question our own ability to sell and end up ruining the sale.  In this podcast I'll show you what you need to do to stay mentally in the game.

Oct 10, 2016

When a customer searches online or offline in search of a product, their 'preferences' begin to form in terms of what they want.  The only way to persuade a customer who has already formed preferences is to destabilize them.  In this podcast I'll show you THREE (3) Destabilization Strategies.