Listening Your Way To Sales

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Of all the essential skills of a professional sales person, this one is the most important if you want to sell more deals.  It may sound fundamental, but it is the most overlooked skill of all.

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Internet Understanding…To Sell More

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The secret is out…the Internet is here to stay…(LOL)

There are many, many ways to use the Internet to generate more leads and more sales. However, in order to sell more, you have to understand the real reasons your buyer has visited your website.

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Know Your Customer’s Mental Real Estate

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With the recent slight increase in traffic, consumer interest and confidence in the housing market,  your sales game now takes on a bit of a different twist.  It is important to know why your prospect has chosen to investigate your product at this point in time.   Getting to know what is going on with their ‘mental real estate’ will help you with your marketing and sales efforts.  Take a look at this short video (4:02) to learn four specific questions you should use to uncover what your prospect is thinking so that you can convert them into a sale.

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The Contractor’s Private Entrance Door

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How to Create Customer’s Partnership

The sign on the side door of my doctor’s office says Private Entrance. You have seen this, I’m sure. It is the door for your physician to come and go in a clandestine manner. Is the doctor the only one allowed through that door? Not usually. Employees, family and special guests are allowed through the door marked Private Entrance.

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The Man With Two Watches Is Never Sure

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Dear Colleague,

The old adage goes like this, “The man with one watch knows what time  it is. The man with two is never sure”, which begs the question…

Do you know what “time” it is?

The challenge with many sales professionals and entrepreneurs is they tend to be so creative and expressive, they loose laser focus of their real objectives. Why do some people tend to be more successful in their sales than others? Why do some sales people thrive when others meander through “challenging markets”? Why will some sales people and entrepreneurs earn major money and market share when others succumb to “corrections”, “adjusting markets” and “market gluts”?

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