PROSALESGUY – Five Steps To Close Sales In The Summer

 

This is the biggest challenge currently experienced by our sales training partners in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Toronto.  Midsummer and B2B decision-making don’t tend to be synonymous with each other. After leaving many phone messages and sending emails, it’s easy to get frustrated and start to question your next step.  No smart Salesperson wants to be a pest, yet we all know that persistence leads to sales success.  How do you determine the fine line between the two?  Use these five steps to get clients to return your messages, revive opportunities stuck in the sales cycle, and close sales in the summer:

Step #1:  Don’t Give Up

Convincing yourself that no one makes decisions in the summer is deadly.  Well, let’s be more direct.  It’s stupid.  Universal statements like this are self-defeatist and will result in you missing your sales targets.  Salespeople who sell themselves on this attitude are likely in terrible shape for September because they tend to shut down the machine of prospecting, having qualified appointments and creating sales opportunities. As a Salesperson, I made it a practice to prospect no differently in the summer than any other time of the year.  I was hoping that my competitors were taking a well-deserved break, showing up late for work and leaving early on Fridays.

Read the entire PROSALESGUY blog here…

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Thanks!

Dave Warawa – PROSALESGUY 

Published on August 8, 2017 at 12:14 pm by Dave Warawa

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August 29, 2017 - 2:26 pm

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August 29, 2017 - 2:52 pm

Dave Warawa

Glad that you liked the article! Thanks for the feedback.


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