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Top 50 Inspirational Quotes to Motivate Your Sales Team

Top 50 Inspirational Quotes to Motivate Your Sales Team
Top 50 Inspirational Quotes to Motivate Your Sales Team They say “Approach Each Customer with the Idea of Helping Him or Her to Solve a Problem or Achieve a Goal, Not of Selling a Product or Service.” – Brian Tracy First Some Facts about Sales 18% of the sales fail in the last step. All companies tend to lose 10 to 30% of clients every year. 80% of the company income arises from the sales department. 91% of the worldwide sales are made by phone. 47% of people accept that they have bought something in spite of being served by a bad seller. 63% of people who are requesting for info on your products or services will not buy at least for three months. 20% will take more than 12 months to make a purchase decision after making the first contact. Only 20% of leads get a follow-up call…other 80% is lost. “You Don’t Need A Big Close As Many Sales Reps Believe. You Risk Losing Your Customer When You Save All the Good Stuff for the End. Keep The Customer Actively Involved Throughout Your Presentation, And Watch Your Results Improve.” – Harvey Mackay Helpful Sales Techniques: A customer is never fully convinced in the first meeting with the seller. 98% of the sales occur only when the buyer builds a certain amount of trust on the seller. Here are some sales strategies to help seller create better relationship with the buyer… Believe in yourself and what you’re doing to help the customers. Confident sales people are successful because they believe in their products. Show your customers how your products are the appropriate solution for their problems. Buyers need to be convinced that your solution will help them reach the desired outcome. Paint a reliable and persuasive picture of the results an investment will bring. Make connections with potential buyers personally. Buyers want to be part of the solution. You need to work with the buyers to develop solutions that achieve mutual goals. Listen to your buyers intently and actively by asking better questions. All buyers like sellers who bring value to the table, so you need to do more than just sell. Expand the vision of buyers and introduce them to a new range of products. Be honest with buyers about potential obstacles that can occur before and after the purchase. Just as important to show how those could be avoided. These are the 5 traits a buyer would look for in a seller: Credible Professional Trustworthy Listener Experienced in Industry 50 Sales Quotes to Motivate Your SALES TEAM: “A-B-C. A-Always, B-Be, C-Closing. Always be closing, always be closing.” – Blake (Alec Baldwin), Glengarry Glen Ross “The most valuable commodity I know of is information.” – Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas), Wall Street “There is no such thing as a no-sale call. A sale is made on every call you make. Either you sell the client some stock or he sells you a reason he can’t. Either way, a sale is made; the only question is who is gonna close? You or him?” – Jim Young (Ben Affleck), Boiler Room “The key to this business is personal relationships.” – Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise), Jerry Maguire “People don’t buy for logical reasons. They buy for emotional reasons.” – Zig Ziglar, author, salesman, and motivational speaker. “Don’t sell life insurance. Sell what life insurance can do.” – Ben Feldman, American businessman and one of the most prolific salespeople in world history. “Engaging people is about meeting their needs – not yours.” – Tony Robbins, motivational speaker. “Success seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes but they don’t quit.” – Conrad Hilton, American hotelier and...
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Startup Success Secret 3

Startup Success Secret 3
Startup Success Secret – Know your weaknesses “Don’t be a lone wolf. Lean on the experience and smarts of your teammates, investors, and mentors to help solve the tough problems and take advantage of the opportunities – SETH BANNON, Amicus First-time entrepreneurs are often oblivious to their own weak spots. Getting to know your strengths and weaknesses is easier said than done. Self-assess yourself by making a simple list of every business skill you think you possess. Then, add other skills that you think make a good leader/business owner. Add any additional questions you think would be helpful. Take stock of the lacunae in your skillsets, and rank which positions you need to hire first. “Know your core competencies and focus on being great at them. Pay up for people in your core competencies. Get the best. Outside the core competencies, hire people that fit your culture but aren’t as expensive to pay.”  – Mark Cuban If you want your business to be successful, challenge yourself, be honest with yourself, surround yourself with talent, and watch success find you. As you reflect back on the evolution of your business, it will be clear to you  that you would not have gotten to this point had you  not identified your strengths and weaknesses, looking to fill your weaknesses with external talent. Example SWOT: A start-up small consultancy business might carry out the following SWOT analysis SWOT Analysis Why use SWOT Analysis? SWOT Analysis is a very effective way of identifying your Strengths and Weaknesses, and of examining the Opportunities and Threats you face. Carrying out an analysis using the SWOT framework helps you to focus your activities into areas where you are strong and where the greatest opportunities lie. Strengths: Being able to respond very quickly due to lack of bureaucracy and red tape, no need for higher management approval, etc. Being able to provide hundred percent good customer care and satisfaction Strong reputation within the market Being able to adapt to the changing market quickly Little overhead, so can offer good value to customers Weaknesses: The company has no market presence or reputation Has a small staff with a weak skill base in many areas Vulnerable to vital staff attrition Cash flow will be unreliable in the early stages Opportunities: Business sector HAS SCOPE FOR EXPANSION , with many future opportunities for success Local community wants to encourage local businesses as it provides work opportunities to the people of that community Competitors may be slow to adopt new technologies Threats: Will developments in technology change this market beyond our ability to adapt? A small change in focus of a large competitor might wipe out any market position we achieve Courtesy: http://www.writing.ucsb.edu/...
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