One of the toughest things to deal with is burning yourself out by doing too much and not enjoying what you're doing. Burnout means you're so tired that you just can't do it anymore. Adam Grant in his book Give and Take provides some ideas on how to avoid being overstressed and not motivated.
I use an engineering story to drive home the point that we as salespeople need to stop and analyze our WINS in order to determine how we won the deal. Taking time to reflect on why we won the deal, speaking with support people and eventually talking to the buying client, will allow salespeople to know WHY and HOW they won the sale so they can repeat it again. www.VictorAntonio.com
What does it take to be the best in selling? What should you know? Who should train you? Do you need a sales process? In this special recording, Victor Antonio will walk you through the mindset, skill set and tool sets you'll need to be the best of the best in sales. www.VictorAntonio.com
In this episode, I use the squirrel as an analogy for selling more to new clients. Squirrels are creatures that are focused and determined. If we can imbue our salespeople with that same focus and determination, imagine what they could do! Well, I did that! I made my salesperson sell like a squirrel and the results were...well,..listen to the podcast. www.VictorAntonio.com
In this episode we look at how the brain works, more specifically the reptillian brain. We talk about Fight, Flight and more importantly Freeze; when clients can't decide. You also get an example of creating brain pain to increase your close rate.
How much does a new client really cost your company? More than you think! You'll be introduced to Opportunity Costs, Return On Investment (ROI) and Lifetime Value of a Customer (LVC). www.VictorAntonio.com
STOP Competition from Bad Mouthing You by learning how use the inoculation theory, not to persuade others, but to stop others (your competitors) from persuading your client. This simple strategy is high effective in a B2B environment. For more info to go http://www.VictorAntonio.com
In this podcast I address how to handle the objection "Your price is too high." using a great example by the late great Zig Ziglar. I then desconstruct his response to reveal why his example is very effective.