Monthly Archives: October 2011

Presentation? Don’t Just Stand There. Do Something!

One of the most common questions I am asked in a coaching session is, “What do I do with my hands?” Don’t guess. Get answers. This blog tells all. Continue reading

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Emotional Selling: 6 Tips to Trigger a Buying Response

When you are in sales, especially in a tough marketplace, you search for something to give you an edge. Perhaps you’ve heard about emotional selling and know you are supposed to appeal to the buyer’s needs, wants and fears. But you may not be sure how that applies and you want to know more so you can get out front and kick-start the buying process. This article tells you how. Continue reading

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Organize a Powerful Sales Presentation: 7 Steps to the perfect pitch

Like any good performance, a presentation must have a beginning, a middle and an end. Plus, it must be easy to hear, so your audience “gets it” and responds positively. Let’s be clear; you present to sell. Follow these 7 steps and improve your closing stats.

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Write Right: Essential Business E-Mail Etiquette

E-mail is no longer a new technology; it’s a core business tool and there is simply no excuse for getting it wrong. If you write to sell, or to support, or just to stay in touch, you’d better know the rules. Write right and reap the rewards. It’s not only a nice thing to do, it’s the smart thing to do.
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