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115 GUEST: The Perfect Close, with James Muir

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

Release Date: 01/13/2020

210 Don't Take a 210 Don't Take a "No" from Someone Unable to Give a "Yes"

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

Often salespeople speak with people in an organization who might not be able to give the final yes, but they do play a role in the sales process.

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209 How to Revive Leads That Have Gone Silent show art 209 How to Revive Leads That Have Gone Silent

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

Most salespeople have experienced the prospect who seemed hot at one point, but then went cold.

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208 Brief Sales and Motivation Tips (possibly older than you) show art 208 Brief Sales and Motivation Tips (possibly older than you)

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

This week Art went into his golden vault of sales tips and methods and pulled out lots of brief nuggets that will help motivate you, get you through more often, and selling more.

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207 Don't Send Anything to Prospects Without Asking This Question First show art 207 Don't Send Anything to Prospects Without Asking This Question First

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

Too many salespeople send samples/demos/links to content/proposals, and then wonder why they are not successful on their follow up calls.

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206 Why Your Voice Mails are Ignored, and What TO Say Instead show art 206 Why Your Voice Mails are Ignored, and What TO Say Instead

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

Most voice mails from salespeople are ignored and deleted. Usually as a result of the mistakes the salesperson makes with the message.

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205 The Simple Way to Get People to Do Things show art 205 The Simple Way to Get People to Do Things

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

Lots of opportunities are lost every day because one small detail is absent from conversations: agreeing on a time when something will actually happen.

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204 GUEST: How to Look Them in the Eye Through Video, Build Relationships, and Sell, with Julie Hansen show art 204 GUEST: How to Look Them in the Eye Through Video, Build Relationships, and Sell, with Julie Hansen

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

While video has become a big part of the lives of many sales pros, most do not use it as effectively as they could. And many more are just awful.

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203 How to Not Be Creepy When Using Sales Intel show art 203 How to Not Be Creepy When Using Sales Intel

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

To be relevant in today's noise-filled sales world, we need to customize and personalize our messaging so it is all about the prospect and customer.

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202 A Review of a Prospecting Opening with Lots of Mistakes show art 202 A Review of a Prospecting Opening with Lots of Mistakes

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

Art reviews the opening statement of a sales rep who made a number of mistakes in his opening. This rep was calling on leads from a sales rep who had left the company.

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201 Don't Miss on the Amateur Side--in Golf and Sales show art 201 Don't Miss on the Amateur Side--in Golf and Sales

The Art of Sales with Art Sobczak

There's a saying in golf that when a golfer doesn't have the skill or confidence to aim and trust a putt by hitting to the higher side of cup's elevation, that they "missed on the amateur side."

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Closing is not, and should not be about techniques or hard sell manipulative tactics. When done professionally, it is a natural next step in a natural conversation.

James Muir has developed two simple questions that have been proven to be the most effective steps to take to get prospects to move forward in the sales process, and buy. You'll hear the exact words, and how to use them.