Sales Stories from the Track Selling Institute
According to the lyrics of American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, “The Times They Are a-Changin’.” Dylan was right.
A 2017 Forrester Research Study predicted there would be a million fewer B2B salespeople by 2020. We’re there! Welcome to 2020.
Why the decline in B2B salespeople? A major cause is that today’s buyers conduct their own initial research on the web. Online product and service information answer many prospect questions. No longer are buyers reliant on a...
As you begin a new year - and new decade - now is a good opportunity to evaluate your own sales career goals and identify the steps you'll need to take this year to reach them.
Here are eight suggestions to help increase the quality of your professional and personal life in the coming year. Discuss them with your boss, your peers and your partner. Build an action plan and execute!
Imagine committing just 10 percent of the amount of time into becoming a sales...
If you’re experienced in sales or sales management, you know selling doesn't always go “according to script.”
Just as in real life, sales conversations often don't happen the way you want or think they should. Your prospects' thoughts and feelings about the salesperson, your company, your product, service and price often disrupt the dialogue. As lyricist John Lennon of the Beatles sang in Beautiful Boy,
“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making...
When do you say, “Enough is enough”?
Have you gotten to the point in a client relationship that you need to stop what you’re doing, call it quits, and move on?
Knowing when to fire your client is one of selling's biggest challenges.
If you need proof of the importance of knowing when and how to call a halt to a client relationship, let me share with you a startling statistic. An article on the Forbes website stated, “it can cost five times more to attract a new...