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Biggest Mistakes in Sales

In this Show

I hear people say, “you are a natural salesman.” Wrong. I am the most unnatural sales person you would ever meet and hated sales the first eight years I was in it. At the age of 17 on my first sales job in a clothing store my card said, “sales associate” and I hated it. I hated talking to strangers, “is there something I can help you with?” I was awkward, often tongue-tied, scared to approach people, hated rejection and my results relied purely on luck. My results relied on whether I met the right customer or not — or so I thought. I got in sales because my survival depended on it not because I wanted to. The point is you don’t need to like sales — you need to understand your entire future depends on it and quit fighting it. Very few people inherently like sales. Everyone I know who loves sales love it because they are successful at it. You’re making mistakes in sales—do you know the 8 reasons you’re missing sales?

#1 Bad attitude.
#2 Nobody in Pipeline.
#3 No control of customer.
#4 No phone skills.
#5 Don’t ask the hard questions.
#6 You use price to negotiate
#7 Never ask for the close
#8 No Follow-Up

Make the commitment to learn the art of sales. I’m here for you when you’re ready.

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