Sales Success Strategies for EVERY economy: Top Tips From 3 Professionals

September 28, 2009 at 11:32 am | Posted in Adrian Miller Sales Training, Adrian's Network, entrepreneurship, sales, Sales Training, small business, teleclass | Leave a comment
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This is going to be fun. I’m running a free teleseminar with Laura Allen and Sydney Barrows. It’s going to be fab so please try to participate.  Email me at amiller@adrianmiller.com for the dial-in details:

Join us in a fast paced, high energy program in which we delve into the good, the bad and the ugly of sales and customer experience.

Laura, Sydney and Adrian are experienced speakers, authors and trainers with a range of hands-on experience and practical information that will help you to transform your business development, client retention AND your bottom line.

This one-hour program will include time for your questions and thoughts.

Be prepared to come away with:

–Actionable tactics to help you sell more successfully

–Learn the 4 key steps to creating a clear, concise and compelling 15SecondPitch
Having a great 15SecondPitch can help you prospect more effectively. Whether you are making new connections face to face, online or over the phone, it’s important to be able to explain, who you are and what you do. If you don’t grab their attention in the first 15 seconds, you’ll lose them for good.

–Best of class practices to build your business in a way that enables you to stand apart from the competition. Consumers are weary of generic buying experiences and more and more are seeking to have a meaningful, memorable, fun, interesting and/or exciting Experience during the selection and buying process.  Prospects and customers are hoping to have an EXPERIENCE that makes them feel pleased about making the purchase AND makes them feel good about making the purchase from YOU!

–Cost-effective and time efficient touch point management so that you can always stay on the grid.  Let’s face it, you spend a lot of time networking and developing leads and prospects. If you don’t stay on the grid through what might be a lengthy sales cycle, you cannot recognize any ROI from your selling efforts.

And more….

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