Month: March 2019

Did You Verify Your Prospect’s Buying Signals?

Here’s something I noticed about good salespeople. During their presentation, in particular when they are delivering their prescription to address the challenge, a good salesperson will have the awareness to recognize buying signals, warning signs, and objections. It’s these signals that will lead us into the next phase of the sales process, the dialogue.

Sales Training Exercise – Don’t Let a Sales Objection Stop Your Process

As salespeople, one of the challenges we have when encountering a sales objection is we tend to react in the moment.  Now, don’t get me wrong – I’m all for flexibility and spontaneity. In fact, I think salespeople need to be more spontaneous and flexible. However, when someone puts forth an objection, you have to …

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5 Questions You Must Answer When Presenting Relevant Evidence

Presenting Relevant Evidence Back in a previous post, I outlined a sales call where the sales rep, after performing his diagnostic session, removed all documentation off the table, presented relevant evidence, and focused on the one solution that was going to address my challenge. I emphasize the fact that he removed all documentation off the …

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