As a Sales Trainer, an author of a Sales Book and having worked in sales my whole working life, it’s not uncommon for people to ask me for my “one piece of advice”.
It fascinates me that people in business who have most likely trained to do what they do, have different methods of doing it and many different experiences seem to believe that sales has that single silver bullet that if used it will work every time.
Meaning, you believe there is a single, simple, relatable step that is touted around by those “snake oil” sales trainers that will work for them every time.
Perhaps this goes some way in explaining why to some people sales training isn’t a priority, so maybe you think it’s a simple skill that doesn’t need learning, practicing or improving. Do you?
Just to bring this to life let me share a real example, I was talking to a business owner only last week who told me “that for the last 12 years of being in business my training budget has always been the same, that being zero”.
Now this is a business that’s been around for 12 years, successful, established. But, how many bad habits, inefficiencies and outdated practices do they use that actually mask their true potential?
I get it, I really do, There is so much free information out there for your to sieve through and digest, but, information is one thing, practical learning, support to implement and accountability are fundamentally different things.
So if you’re after a short cut and the easy road to sales success here are the two things you need;
My list of silver bullets (you decide the one that will solve all your problems )
More free information for you to digest.
However, if you are looking to improve your sales skills and you are prepared for the first time to invest £49 for 3 hours of training to improve those sales skills your ready to join me on The Sales Growth Club Live Sales Training Workshops.
These are being held in Sheffield and start this February and you can find out more by clicking on the image below 👇🏼
But, if you’re just looking for that elusive silver bullet, here you go – enjoy my list: