Many salespeople think “If it’s just cheap enough, they’ll buy it.” I’ve got news for you: if you make anything cheap enough, someone will buy it.
Asking the right questions in the right way and at the right time is a powerful combination. Questions transform your relationships and allow you to uncover customers’ deep, often hidden emotional needs.
At some point, we’ve all let our emotions get the best of us, but how do we prevent our emotions from running our sales presentations and sabotaging our success? In this never before heard podcast, Shari Levitin, author of Heart and Sell: 10 Universal Truths Every Salesperson Needs to Know, interviews president and founder of SalesLeadership, Inc. and creator of Ei Selling System®, Colleen Stanley about her breakthrough book, Emotional Intelligence for Sales Success, and why our emotions—and how we manage them—play a pivotal role in both our work and personal lives. In this podcast, you’ll learn: Why accurately identifying…
I’ve heard it a thousand times. Freaked-out salespeople claim that increased product options coupled with competition from the Internet are costing them sales. “They can buy it cheaper on the Internet,” they complain. My response? “So what?” Since when do you only shop for the cheapest option? Do you only eat at Burger King? Or will you pay a little extra for Kobe Beef and a fresh shrimp cocktail every now and again? How? #1 - Make a list of intangible benefits you can offer. On the Internet, people often can’t get – and will pay extra for – a…
It might surprise you, but your biggest competition is not the cool new mega brand down the street, it’s not the slick young sales guy that just joined the team and it’s not that your product is for sale cheaper somewhere else.
I’m often asked to share the biggest mistakes salespeople make. Truth is, these mistakes are the same in selling as they are in tweeting, and they cost salespeople thousands of dollars in lost commissions. How did I figure this out?
In this entertaining, content-rich program for sales teams, Shari discusses the psychology and neuroscience of selling. Participants learn to create deeper connections, uncover core buying motives, and close more sales faster.