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Sales Communications:
How to Conquer a Bad Sales Habit

When you’re talking with customers, which of the 16 bad sales habits do you commit? Do you fall into the traps of failing to be fully present? Selling past the close? Selective hearing? It’s never easy to create a new habit, but it may be easier to stop a bad one. Here’s the secret: Don’t […]
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16 Bad Sales Habits

Marshall Goldsmith, Don Brown and Bill Hawkins in What Got You Here Won’t Get You There in Sales!: How Successful Salespeople Take It to the Next Level, (McGraw-Hill, 2011), identify 16 bad sales habits that severely damage a customer’s sales experience. Eliminating even one or two can profoundly improve your sales and influencing abilities. Failure […]
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Customer Communications
and the Empathy Deficit

Have you ever wondered why some people seem naturally quite good at sales and communications, while others struggle? It has a lot to do with the way our brains are wired. In fact, the quality of your customer communications depends on your ability to show empathy. We innately connect with others, both emotionally and physiologically, […]
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Customer Communications: What Messages Do You Send?

What do you need to know to improve customer relationships and communications? Even if you’re not in sales, you still need to be current on the messages you want customers to know. “No matter who employs you or what your organization is selling or servicing, you work within two areas of responsibility; there are two […]
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