Posted on March 27, 2013, in Five Star 5, Sales, Success and tagged Buying Signals, Closing Sales, Cold Calling, Objections, Prospect, Sales Cycle, Selling. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
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Dynamic and energized sales rep, mentor and leader since 1999. This blog will be about sales, social networking, personal branding, leadership, music and having some laughs! Don’t be surprised if I mix it up on occasion though, and talk about something totally different! I thrive on being part of successful, forward thinking teams. I am ready to go from the moment my feet hit the floor each morning, with the expectation that new adventures will be coming my way. It is rare that there isn't a smile on my face, as I take it all in, and have some fun along the way!
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Since we’re all in sales (read To Sell Is Natural by Daniel Pink), I hate to hear, “My resume is fine.” My question, “Are you getting interviews?”
Or, “I don’t need to network; I’m fine using the job boards.” My questions, “Are you getting interviews?”
Great points to ponder, Tim. Keep them coming.
Thanks for the note Bob! You are bang on with your analysis for sure. I love your take from the job search perspective. Enjoy the rest of your day…
Thanks, dude. Rock on!
“We’re still sitting on all this other product (from competitor) that we have to sell first.”
“No one is asking for that.”
“It’s the economy.”
“It’s the weather.”
“We have inventory coming up.”
Great stuff Laurel thanks for stopping by! All very interesting excuses… Love them (or hate them). Ha ha!