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Owning The Next Step With Every Prospect

Bulletproof Selling

Release Date: 07/05/2021

Removing Procrastination From Sales Activity show art Removing Procrastination From Sales Activity

Bulletproof Selling

We all have that one task we avoid at all costs, and it usually costs us dearly. Whether it’s cold calling or filling the pipeline, what we avoid always comes back to haunt us in sales. To learn how to identify, document and overcome even our toughest sales task, , the chief experience officer of LLJR Enterprises, and author of the new book Jolt. He showed us how to put tough tasks in the right perspective, and it’s all in this week’s Bulletproof Selling podcast!

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Being the person our prospects and customers turn to when they have a problem is a great place to be, but there’s an even better place the best salespeople strive for. It’s to be the person with solutions to problems that prospects didn’t even know they had. To learn how we can systemize listening for industry challenges, creating solutions, and leverage them in sales calls, , CEO of Beyond Publishing. He showed us how to systemize sales solutions so we can provide more value to our prospects than anyone else!

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Are You Focused On Your Mission Or Theirs? show art Are You Focused On Your Mission Or Theirs?

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Salespeople are reviled, but not for the reasons they think. It’s not because they’re calling unannounced. Rather, it’s because salespeople tend to be focused on themselves and what they’re trying to accomplish, rather than what their prospects want! To help us systemize how to shift the focus from ourselves to our prospects in every sales conversation, , an award-winning ‘chief connector’ and author of the new book More Than Just Talk. She showed us how to systemize our conversations, so our focus is always on the most important person – the prospect!

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Salespeople are excited to get into conversations with potential customers, but that excitement can quickly turn to fear if the call starts to go south. The best salespeople have ways to turn sales calls around mid-stream or decide to cut and run – and we sat down with Kevin Vear, a sales expert from Franklin Covey, to learn how any salesperson can save more sales calls! It’s all in this week’s Bulletproof Selling podcast!

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Inviting ‘No’ To Hear More ‘Yes’ show art Inviting ‘No’ To Hear More ‘Yes’

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Salespeople, by their nature, want to be accommodating and easy to speak to. However, top-performing salespeople are too busy to spend time on prospects who won’t ever become customers. They have a way of ‘weeding out’ folks who don’t need the solutions they have, and they do it by inviting the prospect to say ‘no.’ To learn how we can incorporate that mindset into how we sell, , a sales author and trainer with a career of closing large deals under his belt. You’ll love the simple ways he showed us to invite and to say ‘no’ more, so that we can close deals sooner. It’s all...

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Salespeople spend entire careers creating customers that keep coming back. These salespeople don’t have to prospect as much and they rarely have to overcome objections. Instead, they only deal with people that know, like and trust them. While it used to take decades to develop a book of business like that, it doesn’t have to. to learn how he systemizes follow-on sales in his agency and he shared a system that any salesperson can use to create lifetime customers for themselves. It's all in this week’s Bulletproof Selling podcast!

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What To Do In The Seconds Before The Sales Call show art What To Do In The Seconds Before The Sales Call

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It’s go-time. The prospect’s name and number are in front of you, and you’re about to hit ‘dial.’ What did you do to prep? Too many salespeople answer that question with ‘nothing’ or ‘not enough.’ Figuring things out on the call isn’t the best time to help customers solve problems, which is why the best performers always have a pre-game system they use to prepare. To learn how this looks for salespeople, , managing director of Everyone Works in Sales. It’s all in this week’s episode of Bulletproof Selling!

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Discovery is one of the most critical jobs of a salesperson, because we need to know if we can help the people we’re speaking with! Unfortunately, many salespeople make discovery a one-time event in their sales process and then get frustrated when interest wanes, objections arise and priorities shift. Salespeople that ensure discovery continues throughout the sales process avoid those problems, and to learn how it’s done , a clinical hypnotist who now coaches salespeople and teams in how to stand up great sales processes. He showed us how ay salesperson can systemize discovery at any point...

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Customizing Value In Your Pitches show art Customizing Value In Your Pitches

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‘Pitching’ has a bad rap in the sales industry, because too many salespeople ‘spray and pray’ when it comes to showing prospects what their products and services can do. If we could make our demos and pitches prospect-focused and actually provide them with something they couldn’t get anywhere else before they purchase from us, how much more likely would we be to make the sale? To learn how to customize value into every product demo and pitch, , vice president of corporate strategy with Central Metric and former instructor at the Air Force’s Air Education Training Command. He...

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Micro Objectives For More Sales show art Micro Objectives For More Sales

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If you knew you could make progress on any account you called on, would you pick up the phone more? Instead of being a fantasy, delivering on that is exactly what we’re covering in this week’s podcast. , vice president at ConnectAndSell, to learn how salespeople can set and leverage micro-objectives to ensure they’re making measurable progress no matter how long their sales cycle is or even whether their prospects can purchase today! It’s all in this week’s Bulletproof Selling podcast!

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