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Sales Process

In an article originally published at Forbes.com for the Forbes Business Development Council, Sandler CEO and President David Mattson details the modern buyer’s journey.

As salespeople are talking to buyers, there are moments when buyers say things that are ambiguous or even a little misleading. When that occurs, we often make assumptions about what we just heard. Your job is to ask strategic questions to clarify what you think you’re hearing. STROKE-REPEAT-REVERSE is a great questioning technique to eliminate mutual mystification.

The sales process has changed significantly in recent years. Prospects are now much more informed about their options and the buying process than they used to be, so salespeople must adapt their approach accordingly.

This article focuses on the stages of the buyer’s journey that matter most to salespeople- Engagement, Consideration, Decision, and Advocacy. We must meet buyers wherever they are in this journey and not where we have traditionally started our own process.

Technology has changed the sales process, and in this podcast, you’ll learn how to use it to your advantage.

Kyle Jepson and Mike Montague, instructors in this course talk about why salespeople fail to connect in prospecting calls and how you can bring more relevance and credibility to your sales conversations.

What do you do when a buyer or a prospective buyer says something aggressive or confrontational? Forget about right and wrong. Forget about whose fault it is or isn’t. That’s not an effective way to communicate with the buyer. Fall back! Find something you can take ownership of and own it!

The intensity of this time of year can make selling for a living feel a bit like the playoff season! Here’s three proven strategies you and your team can use to close more sales opportunities, set the right end-of-the-year game plan, and make the final “inning” of your team’s fiscal year pay off.

Not too long ago, most people believed in-person meetings were how important business was conducted regarding business-to-business sales. Face-to-face was the name of the game. And then what happened?

Are you looking to close big deals? In this podcast, we share the untold truth about closing big deals. You'll learn how to overcome objections, get more referrals, and increase your closes! It's Wade Rown, Sandler trainer from Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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