Description : Todd Duncan's revolutionary approach to selling yourself as well as the product has become an inspiration for tens of thousands of salespeople around the world. In The Top Ten Mistakes Salespeople Make and How to Avoid Them, he focuses his expertise on the most common and destructive blunders salespeople make and how you can prevent them. Based on thousands of interviews, years of research, and two decades of personal sales experience, this book is specifically designed to help you steer clear of the ten most fatal selling mistakes?like trying to sell before training to sell, making unplanned calls on unknown customers, and selling your product before knowing your customer. Duncan also shows you how to build a life-based business instead of a business-based life, finding that delicate but essential balance between work and home. Packed with Todd Duncan's sought-after sales wisdom and energy, this book will give you the tools to avoid the pitfalls, sharpen your sales skills, and become the best salesperson you can be.
Description : There are approximately 12.2 million salespeople in the United States-that's about 1 out of every 23 people! Salespeople are everywhere, selling everything imaginable. Some are making a killing, but a greater percentage end up victims of the sales industry-and their own mistakes. Some are normal bumps in the road toward success. Others are more damaging. But many are fatal to a career. Duncan addresses these catastrophic mistakes with clarity and directness. Whether you're a seasoned sales professional or someone considering sales as a career, Duncan's wisdom can help you avoid errors in perception, practice, and performance that could not only kill a sale but also your career.
Description : Although leadership is the hot topic on conference agendas and book tours, most people who find themselves in positions of leadership have little or no training for the role. They simply continue to make the same old mistakes. With additional and newly updated material, this leadership classic reveals the most common errors that leaders consistently make-regardless of training or age-and the way to stop these bad habits from undermining their positive talents and accomplishments. Whether you are leading a company, a ministry, a Girl Scout troop, or your family, The Top Ten Mistakes Leaders Make is a must-read for anyone who wants to lead others effectively. "If you're like me, you've grown weary of the published cookie-cutter approaches on how to lead effectively. And so has Hans Finzel. He drills to the core of the current issues on effective leadership."? -Charles R. Swindoll, author and president of Dallas Theological Seminary "This is one of the most practical books on leadership I have in my own library. If you are serious about becoming a better leader, you will want to read this book."? -John C. Maxwell, author, speaker, and founder of the INJOY Group
Description : Advance Praise for NEW SALES SPEAK . . . "Here comes the book . . . New Sales Speak is the first book on the vital marriage of persuasive selling techniques and crucial speaking skills." -Harvey MaCkay, Author of the New York Times bestsellers Swim with the Sharks and Pushing the Envelope "An incredible book on sales effectiveness! You can learn how to release your brakes and step on your accelerator toward higher sales." -Brian Tracy, Brian Tracy International "Loaded with substantive ideas that can help you do more, earn more, and be more!" -Nido Qubein, Chairman, National Speakers Association Foundation, and Past President, National Speakers Association EVERYBODY SELLS SOMETHING While each of us is blessed with a different level of talent, the ability to speak with savvy, polish, style, and humor is a learned skill. Learning how to more effectively sell yourself and your message can give you a tremendous advantage in our competitive world. Written for anyone who gives one-on-one, small group, or large group presentations, whether you are directly in sales, a company manager, teacher, or community volunteer, New Sales Speak identifies the most common mistakes individuals make when presenting and explains how to avoid them in creating your own highly successful presentations. Including a detailed sample outline you can adapt for your own purposes, this book will turn you into a polished and persuasive presenter and a first-class sales professional. Selling + Speaking = Sales Speak * Build and deliver a powerful case for your message * Make the best use of your allotted time * Use visual aids effectively * Transform fear into energy * Tailor your presentation to meet the needs of your listeners * Close the sale
Description : "25 Sales Mistakes is essential for any professional or organization committed to sales excellence." --Michael A. Berman, Chief Operating Officer, Outside Ventures In the newest edition of this valuable manual, Stephan Schiffman offers updated advice to salespeople about getting prospects and making the sale. It's not just what you do--it's what you don't do: Don't sell against a competitor Don't be satisfied Don't stop getting ideas Don't use boilerplate proposals Don't overuse e-mail The book also includes a new introduction and updated text. Schiffman offers salespeople the kind of advice--from listening to the client to following up on the sale--that has made him the best corporate sales trainer today. With Schiffman's book in their pocket, salepeople can avoid common blunders and make the sale.
Description : Sales: Mastering The Art Of Selling: 10 Mistakes To Avoid Like The Plague, 12 Powerful Techniques To Reveal Any Hidden Objections & Close The Sale You are about to discover what every successful salesperson knows and how to duplicate their results! In Sales: Mastering The Art Of Selling: 10 Mistakes To Avoid Like The Plague, 12 Powerful Techniques To Reveal Any Hidden Objections & Close The Sale you will learn how to master the art of selling and to start with, the inner game of sales. It starts with you and you will learn the ethical way to about it, thus becoming a successful salesperson without losing your soul in the process. Successful salespeople have in common a set of 10 characteristics and we will discuss them in the second chapter, so you know what is expected of you, and ways you can improve the ones that you already possess. Furthermore, you will learn how to increase your effectiveness by asking the proper questions and what kind of questions you should be asking depending on the situation at hand. Making mistakes is actually a good thing, as they are part of the learning process we all must go through before we master anything. However, there are 10 quite common mistakes that most salespeople usually make (you probably have done some of them yourself) and by becoming aware of them, you will be able to cross them off your list, thus becoming a more successful salesperson in the process. It doesn't matter if you have been working on sales for a while or you are just starting out, you will always need to handle objections. Simply put, they don't go away. However, how can you handle objections if you don't know they exist? In the fifth chapter, we will discuss about hidden objections and you will discover 12 techniques that can help you overcome them and close any deal successfully. Finally, in the last chapter you will learn the art of closing the sale, how to manage a closure out of rejection and even strategic phrases and sentences that you can use to improve your closing rates. Here Is A Quick Preview Of What's Inside... The Inner Game Of Sales: How To Sell Without Losing Your Soul 10 Characteristics Of Highly Successful Salespeople - Do You Have Any Of Those? How Asking Questions Can Increase Your Effectiveness - And What You Should Be Asking The 10 Biggest Mistakes Salesmen Usually Make - And How To Avoid Them 12 Sales Techniques For Revealing Hidden Objections - And How To Handle Them The Art Of Closing The Sale - Without Being A Pushy Or Aggressive Salesman Get Your Copy Right NowTags: Sales, How To Sell, Sales Strategies, Closing Sales
Description : Studies show that about 90% of all small businesses fold in five years. All too often, business owners focus too heavily on products, facilities, and everything but the sales and marketing process. Yet, your ability to advertise, generate leads and close a high ratio of those leads is the engine that drives growth. Ten thousand companies rely on Tom Hopkins to teach them how to avoid sales and marketing mistakes and how to explode profits and create exponential growth. Now you can get in on the action too! In Tom’s eBook, titled 10 Biggest Sales and Marketing Mistakes, you can forgo years of trial and error, and chart your way towards meteoric success starting immediately!
Description : Sales is the most important function to any enterprise, but small business owners and entrepreneurs have no idea how to hire salespeople, let alone hire great salespeople. This text presents foolproof techniques to follow in staffing the best salespeople for your company.
Description : Sales Techniques is an insightful and practical compilation of proven techniques and modern tools, designed to help both neophyte and seasoned sales professionals work with customers and successfully close the deal. From selling solutions instead of products to finding, communicating with, and even closing customers on the Internet, this latest addition to the popular Briefcase Books series will show salespeople how to organize their sales efforts, work successfully with today's more demanding customer base, efficiently and effectively close a sale, consistently follow up after the sale to encourage high-profit repeat business and referrals, and much more.
Description : Now there's a comprehensive, instant-answer guide to avoiding over 100 of the most common mistakes made by managers that no business course ever told you about - until now. This valuable career-enhancing guide details where the pitfalls lie, so you can avoid them more easily, as well as how to recover from a mistake quickly and prevent it from happening again. You'll discover how to avoid such management blunders as not having clear objectives, delegating the wrong jobs, being defensive to criticism, ignoring office politics, taking on risky projects with little payoff, solving performance problems with new technology, getting caught up in the rumor mill, letting other managers steal away your staff, and much more!