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All salespeople are given a plan, a quota, or some kind of “numbers” to achieve as a major part of their job requirement. more
When you need a mortgage – whether to buy a house or refinance – what do you do? More than likely you jump online and check out competing quotes on sites that let you compare multiple offers, including interest rates, annual percentage rates and monthly payments. more
More than 95 percent of all salespeople try to fit their sales day into a normal workday. They want their day to be from 9 to 5, maybe from 8 to 5, maybe even from 8 to 6, but very little before that or after that. more
There is often a misconception about the scope of export-controls regulations. Consider, for example, a manufacturing company that sells its products, maybe including military items, to customers that are all in the U.S. Perhaps the customer is the U.S. federal government itself, either the Department of Defense or one of its military branches. Alternatively, consider a company that is not a manufacturer, but rather solely a provider of engineering or other services to domestic clients or perhaps directly to the U.S. government. more
Thanksgiving last month made me realize it’s the coolest holiday of the year to me. I love it – food, family, you name it. It’s a time to be thankful. more
Tactics constantly come and go in sales without making a significant impact on outcomes. On the other hand, solid strategies can make a significant difference in what happens. Here are 10 sales strategies that can have a positive influence on performance in 2015. more
Here are two words that customers love to hear: “free” and “discount.” But for a small business, those words can be dangerous. more
Everyone knows that as a nation we are somewhere between overweight and obese. This is not good. more
When you’re giving your sales presentation, do you really know what the customer is thinking or what they’re asking themselves as you’re presenting? more
A recent study by independent media regulator Ofcom confirmed what most employers are starting to see in their companies: 16- to 24- year olds prefer texting over voice calls and other e-messages. Also, 97 percent of this age group text at least once each day, whereas only 67 percent of this group talks on the phone daily. more
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