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Call Your Dream Client. Now!

Most salespeople spend too little time calling on the very best prospects, their dream clients. Most of the time this is attributed to the fact that the dream client already has a relationship with someone who provides them with what they sell.

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Without “Without Selling”

A cottage industry has sprung up to serve salespeople. Well, they don’t really serve salespeople. They really serve people who work in sales, who have job titles that indicate that they might be in sales, but who really aren’t salespeople.

This…

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Micromanage Yourself

Two kinds of people hate to be micromanaged.

The first long-suffering group usually works for someone who has little to do, who has clinically-certifiable trust issues, who believes that no one can do the job as well as they can, and/or who…

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You Can Change and You Must

For solid couple months I have written here about some of the attributes and skill sets that are required to succeed in sales, and about succeeding more generally. This blog, and with any luck the book that will develop out of it, is about…

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Process Isn’t Enough

I have written here on numerous occasions that I am an avowed sales process agnostic. It is, in part anyway, hyperbole. I would never in a million years recommend any company go without a well designed sales process.

But too many sales processes…

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