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Listen!!

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We are very distracted in this part of the world. We have interruptions from technology on a minute by minute basis if we allow that to happen. When you are meeting with clients you need to turn your technology off and listen.… Read More

Listen!!

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We need to slow down and take the time to listen to what is being said by our clients and family. We are very distracted in this part of the world. You must focus on clearing your mind and stopping the chatter to enable you to “hear” what is being said and what is not said.… Read More

Resilience

Resilience

Resilience

The Sales Game can be one of the toughest occupations to be in if you are not resilient. “Stuff” happens almost every day. The question always is – How will you react and manage the “stuff”. The sales game is an emotional roller coaster.… Read More

“Caring” about your Business

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Caring about your Business

The statistics I read say that between 64 – 68% of sales people are not happy or satisfied at their work. That is not a positive focus.

One of the issues I see when I am around sales organizations is that either leadership or the sales people don’t care for their business.… Read More

Consistency

Consistency

Consistency

The longer I am in the Sales Game, the more I appreciate that I must be consistent in what I do to create my success. I also appreciate that I need to stop the consistency that does not support my success!… Read More

Analytics and creating Value to your Customer

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I talk about metrics and numbers regularly with sales leaders and sales teams. As we get more and more analytics and data management in organizations, I am finding that many sales people and sales leaders are getting caught up in either being paralyzed with all the data or are getting lost in the minutia of the data.… Read More

Back to School

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It is September and the kids are all heading back to school. One of my old bosses who has been retired for many years is heading back to University for a law degree (It is his second degree since retiring).

In my travels working with sales teams it is always interesting to me the number of times a sales leader tells me that one of their top reps is not interested in learning anything new.… Read More

Taking Stock

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There is a lot of “stuff” going on in the world this summer. If you took all that “stuff” seriously you would become anxious and agitated – and many people are. I have come to learn that it is important on a regular basis to take stock of what is going on in your personal life and in your business life.

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Time to THINK!

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When was the last time you took some time to just THINK?

I mean taking time to reflect, contemplate and “noodle” issues and ideas you have. Some people go for a walk, some sit quietly and others will stand at a window and look out to the distance.

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The Sayers Group
Bill Sayers is a charismatic teacher who motivates you through his wonderful speaking ability and knowledge of the sales industry. Through the 90 days Bill walks you through the process of selling and ingrains a workable sales approach that you can apply immediately to your business. Within a few short weeks you gain a better understanding of your business, your customers and what you have to do to become successful.

What you find with Bill Sayers is that he is dedicated to helping you becoming successful. He will act as a mentor and lead you in the direction of success. You feed off his enthusiasm, appetite for success and personal approach to coaching. He listens to your needs, diligently and methodically teaches a skill that most are doing "off the seat of the pants" and personally teaches his approach to selling. It is proven, works with any individual's skill level in sales and makes you a winner! I highly recommend it.

"Be Careful what you ask for, as you might just get it..."

I asked to learn how to be a salesman and I received (from this course) a toolbox of sales tools to test the waters in any market.

Thanks Bill!