Morning to you, it must be 5 a.

Eastern standard time on this beautiful thursday january 21st of 2021, because it’s time for another edition of hardison’s tips.

Yes, we help our brothers and sisters in all of the verticals, whether it’s major account key account up and down the street retail sales, in-home sales or even automotive sales, so you’re trying to get dressed to get to work.

I want to touch on this quickly today know how to close a deal.

Are you good at closing deals, or this is why you keep leaving a sales position going from one to another, because you’re good at listening, taking notes demonstrating or presenting a product but closing a deal is a skill.
Closing a deal is an art.
People can be in sales for decades and can still not close a deal, so i think one of the business mistakes.

One of the biggest mistakes i should say is that sales representatives make it very hard for them to understand how to move from presenting the product to actually getting the buyer to commit.
In fact, i always recommend rehearsing the clothes as much as the presentation and even having a different option or options to allow your prospect to choose from.
This will allow you to present different options that can go with the flow of the conversation in a natural, comfortable and a convenient way.

Now we already talked about running running running to different sales.
Jobs don’t give up according to several top sales professionals in training, including myself.
It takes an average of seven to ten contacts to get to a point where you are selling into a c suite or large corporation buyer.

These sources also report that the most low to average productivity and production when it comes to sales professionals closing deals after three to five attempts by staying, persistent and learning about your target, client and industry statistics will make you more successful.
That’s where the needs assessment, the asking questions the qualifying comes in the play and if you did not recap all of the words of that conversation, the customer is still going to be on their way of thinking, because you never got a commitment that you had a Solution specifically for them, you allowed them still to have an open window, so be the first to call on someone surveys by groups think tanks state that the first salesperson to contact clients is going to get 50 more of the prospects that they contact.

This means that if you’re the first to suggest a solution to a problem for a company through your product and services, you are 50 percent more likely to get the sale unless you’re lazy get visuals.
Imagine an incredibly powerful aid and tool that will solidify yourselves presentation.

They can be incorporated into all types of presentations, including in person as well as short videos, also powerpoints.

There’s a lot of things to drive home.
Your point.
Research does show that humans brains are able to process a visual image up to 60 000 times faster than the same information in text form, so we call it if you’ve ever heard of it.

Something called neural linguistic programming nlp for short, if you just put in nlp in your favorite search engine, you’ll get a plethora of information of how this exact science works.

People, in the short form, are visual auditory, kinesthetic, touchy-feely or a combination of some sort.

That’s why, when you’re doing your needs assessment, qualifying asking high gain questions, we’re doing and presenting it and saying so we can find out if this customer is a visual if the customer is more auditory or much totally feely.

By doing that, we can tailor our presentation moving forward, also be a storyteller in my lifetime.
People get too technical, your company that you work, for they give you all these great things to study, and sometimes when you’re presenting to someone it’s over their head.
It’s too deep, you’re using acronyms that they don’t know about make it plain paint a picture.

Give an example tell a story.
Sales people are the best storytellers around, not liars, it’s just because they’ve sat in so many people’s offices or, if you’re in a different world.
You have so many customers that come in you’re hearing different stories.

It was found through several studies that about 63 percent of people remembered the facts of the story, while only about five percent.
Remember the same facts or information when it was provided as an unrelated piece of information, so we need to make sure we practice that’s the key thing.

I have a closing video that we’ll do next time.

In the meantime, you have to get going.
You have a beautiful thursday on this outstanding 21st day of january 2021.
, once again, brandon hardison president of champion strategies with another hardison’s tips for the day and as always in parting, you go out and you make a champion day.

About Richie Bello

Richie Bello has a vast knowledge of the automotive industry, so most of his services are faced towards automotive dealerships. He couples all his skills with the power of the internet to render even remote services to clients in need of a little brushing

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