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How Your Mom Prevents You From Networking Effectively

How Your Mom Prevents You From Networking Effectively

By Hamish Knox / July 13, 2011

If you’re like most salespeople, you don’t know how to network effectively. Usually you’ll wing it, improvise, or spend time with colleagues or clients you know really well instead of engaging prospects. When I ask, “why you don’t approach prospects at networking events?”, I’d get a lot of “I don’t knows.” What you don’t know,…

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Making Decisions for Other People

Making Decisions for Other People

By Sandler Training / February 15, 2011

I had an interesting conversation at a social event that made me recognize that I, along with people in general, seem to want to make decisions for other people. This is an interesting observation from a sales perspective and it’s also applicable in our everyday lives. Let me share the story: An acquaintance and I…

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A Simple Trust-Building System That Works Every Time

By Will Crist / June 10, 2010

The other day, people in the training center were discussing how they go about building trust. The group shared lots of ideas, and every idea they shared would probably do the trick. When all was said and done, we had a list of about twenty things people could do to build trust. Over time, doing…

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Sales Pros Have to Practice, Too

By Sandler Training / May 26, 2010

I like to golf but I am not a good golfer. About a month ago, I got out to play my first round of the season with a golf pro buddy of mine named Scott. As I hacked my way out of a sand trap and then putted for a 6 on a picturesque par…

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