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Special Edition : Disabled Ski Trip Cancelled – could there be a silver lining?
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January 2020 : New Year’s Eve, FOMO and the Desperate Salesperson
Can customers sense when salespeople are under pressure?
November 2019 : Help! There’s Leaves on my Lawn
The READINESS mindset: Set Yourself Up for Success
September 2019 : Painting the Bedroom Blue
Sometimes a small change makes a big difference.
July 2019 : The Toilet Light Offender
The more you tell, the less people do.
May 2019 : The Raspberry Flavoured Lollipop
The Raspberry Flavoured Lollipop Handy Andy is our neighbour. He’s a brilliant neighbour and handy because he owns every DIY tool imaginable, and that I might possibly want to borrow. He’s even got a 2-metre drill bit. Kudos. Yesterday he popped round with his grandson, Ralph. Which is great because he knows we like to see…
Feb 2019 : Sales Forecast and the Fly on the Wall
My superpower is being a fly on the wall, and I love it. As a sales coach it’s where I add most value to my customers – observing the conversations sales leaders have with their people, especially in their forecast and 1:1 cadence meetings.
Dec 2018 : How Long is a Piece of String?
Measures, Activities and Customer Conversations On a current project I’ve been asked for help with how to measure the success of a sales initiative. The objective is to move from the safe haven of existing relationships to capitalise on wider opportunities in accounts. This is pretty much word-for-word what I came up with on the…
Sept 2018 : Sales 101 or Room 101?
Recently, I started a campaign on Linked-In to “Stop the Sales Training Madness” but many salespeople (myself included) look back to their first sales program with great affection. Stating that what they learned was the catalyst that kicked off their love of sales and it’s what they go back to when they experience a challenge…