How Successful Salespeople Win!



Winning in sales is an issue that each individual must define on their own. Does winning meaning to bring in a sale at any cost, or does it mean to build a rapport that will allow you to build multiple sales over time?

Defining winning on a personal level as well as within the scope of the company is going to be essential as a first step. Without a clear understanding of what success means it is impossible to accurately self-assess or to make changes to increase proficiency, sales and professional growth and development.

There are several different ways that sales professionals will become successful and win the sales game. Here are several options to consider for personal development and growth:

  • Focus on relationships – while sales are always the bottom line, the research is clear that personal relationships and focusing on customer service drive sales. No matter how great a sales pitch or a product may be if the sales professional can’t connect with the buyer, it is going to be a difficult sale.
  • Have a plan – every sale starts with a planned, customized approach to the customer. This is particularly critical for the all-important first meeting. Taking the time to learn about the potential buyer, the business and the industry will always boost sales rates.

Strategy plan

  • Know the benefits or niche for the product – in knowing about the purchaser you should also look for gaps or areas in the business that are challenging given the current environment. Then, by developing a list of benefits of the product or service you are selling, it is easy to address these challenges at the meeting in a prepared, logical approach.

Sales require persistence to win. Successful sales professionals are always prepared to put in the calls, emails, and connections necessary to create long-term customer rather than a one-time sale.



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