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Podcast: Joint Calls

By Monday Morning Manager on Jun 21, 2021 6:45:00 AM

 

Symptoms:

Marcy, her manager and their product expert just finished a conference call with a hot prospect, and after the last caller signed off, she felt like the last hour had just wasted a month's worth of effort in getting it set up. They had all agreed to dial in, so why was there so little interest, so few questions and no action items at the end of the call? Why was there so little interaction between her team and the audience? Granted, she didn't have too much to say on the call, but the purpose was to show off their company and their offerings. Or was it? Now, looking back, she wasn't so sure.

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Graduate From Old School Beliefs, Selling Does Have Structure

By Charlie Hauck on Jun 16, 2021 9:00:00 AM

As the calendar hits mid-June and I can hear the kids in the neighborhood celebrate the last day of the school year I ponder what they learned about life as well as their scholastic advancement. Those ideas provoke thoughts about what salespeople learn from one year to the next, or are they just repeating their earliest days in sales over and over, not really growing from the experiences along the way. So often when I am working with a sales team someone will complain about a prospect that will not return a call or a customer that expects to buy everything at the lowest possible price. Inevitably someone says that is just the way sales is and that complaining never makes it different. In other words, just live with it because that stuff just goes with the territory.

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Podcast: The Truth Will Set You Free

By Monday Morning Manager on Jun 14, 2021 6:45:00 AM

 

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Andrea hated the pressure of selling. After three years in the business of selling payroll services Andrea thought she would be past this stage of professional development. Day after day, call after call it was still there; that pressure to convince someone that you are th

e perfect fit for their company when the market offered so many options. Andrea had to admit that at times she felt like she was lying to get a sale. The competition was not really any better or worse capable to deliver what the market expected for their services. At this point Andrea felt trapped by her inability to be gung-ho about her company. Was it like this in every sales job? Was there anywhere that the old feature and benefit routine did not exist in the sales culture?

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Charlie & Company: SwopeLees

By Sarah Waple on Jun 9, 2021 10:06:36 AM

 

 

The next episode of Charlie & Company Talk Business, Life and Everything In Between is here. Charlie Hauck, president and owner of Growth Dynamics, and Sarah Waple, general manager, spend some time with Chuck Swope and Nicky Lyddane of SwopeLees Commercial Real Estate.

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Podcast: Are you Trying or Are You Lying?

By Monday Morning Manager on Jun 7, 2021 6:45:00 AM

 
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Podcast: Hit Your Goal in Target Time

By Monday Morning Manager on Jun 1, 2021 6:45:00 AM

 
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Opinions, Facts, and Emotional Static

By Monday Morning Manager on May 24, 2021 6:45:00 AM

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Assessing Communication Styles to Improve Employee Efficiency

By TTI on May 21, 2021 10:45:14 AM

 

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Podcast: Clutter and Distractions

By Monday Morning Manager on May 17, 2021 6:45:00 AM

Symptoms:

It was early Monday morning and Brett was lying awake in bed, worrying about his upcoming week. Although his business and personal life was running about average so far this year, he had fallen into the habit of replaying past failures in his head, worrying about every little thing on his numerous To Do lists, and allowing a constant stream of negative internal talk. All of this was causing him a lot of anxiety and stress, both before and during many of his business development meetings.

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Podcast: Talk about THEIR business, not just you

By Monday Morning Manager on May 10, 2021 6:45:00 AM

 

Symptoms:

After having been in the same role for over 5 years, Ted was stuck. "What else can I talk about with these people that we haven't gone over all ready?" was the question Ted kept asking himself (with no answer) after he did a review of his clients. He knew he didn't want to be the pesky salesman that just made a meaningless follow up call, or who stopped in to drop off donuts and see what orders might be around to pick up, but he was also very aware that his manager expected him to keep growing the territory and expanding the accounts.

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