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Do You See An Opportunity For What It Really Is?

Success in selling often comes down to how observant you are as an individual.  Do you see what is in front of you or rather what you think is in front of you?  Let me explain why this is important. … Continue reading

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The Only Reason Why a Sales Contact Should Occur

Why should we carry out a sales activity?  The only reason a sales contact activity should take place (whether it be via a face-to-face visit, phone call, email, etc…) is to effect progress.  Progress that is in terms of: Creating … Continue reading

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What It Takes To Succeed In Selling – Part 5

Welcome back to our 6-part blog series focusing on what it takes to succeed in selling. By now, if you have been following the series you will already have taken action on the first 16 traits of successful people and … Continue reading

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What It Takes To Succeed In Selling – Part 4

Welcome back to the 4th in our 6-blog series focusing on what it takes to succeed in selling.  By now, if you have been following us through blogs 1 to 3 you will already have taken action on the first … Continue reading

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