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Mike Jones, Sandler trainer from Ohio and new author of Selling in Manufacturing and Logistics, joins us to talk about the best practices for those industries. You will learn how to avoid wasting time in the bid process or responding to RFPs that you have no chance of winning. Mike talks about how to find, pursue and close the most profitable deals of your career.

Messages that communicate judgment or bias -- such as what is right or wrong, good, or bad, what one should or shouldn’t do, and what is acceptable and what isn’t -- are likely to trigger strong emotional responses from the listener. Frame the message around a helpful suggestion or a point for consideration. Consider these examples.

Welcome to Selling the Sandler Way, with your host Dave Mattson, the president and CEO of Sandler Training. He is a five-time bestselling author, speaker, trainer, and consultant to hundreds of international organizations. In this show, he talks to other Sandler trainers about the Sandler selling system.

In today’s world, many managers don’t get to develop people the way they would like. It’s harder and harder to spend quality time with all the team members so managers must make sure each interaction delivers value for everyone. This means creating structure and clarity around all interactions with the team–or, as David Sandler put it, eliminating mutual mystification.

While many salespeople put forth great effort into mastering the art of presenting, a few key myths can hold people back from closing the sale. Below I’ve identified three common misconceptions about sales presentations and how to avoid them in order to close more business.

Clint Babcock talks about joining the right groups, getting your networking plan together, and other best practices for succeeding at business networking as part of your prospecting plan.

 

Welcome to Selling the Sandler Way, with your host Dave Mattson, the president and CEO of Sandler Training. He is a five-time bestselling author, speaker, trainer, and consultant to hundreds of international organizations. In this show, he talks to other Sandler trainers about the Sandler selling system.

One of the most obvious reasons you should be building brick walls around your existing clients is to reduce the impact of aggressive competitor activity. While you are off flirting with seemingly more attractive and exciting new opportunities, your competitors will be targeting your “home base.”

The more opportunities you have to interact with your prospects, the better, and the end of the year is an opportune time to reach out and reconnect with your clients and prospects to get in front of them prior to the new year.

Jody Williamson, Sandler trainer and author of the  Contrarian Salesperson returns to the podcast to talk about the decision step and how to deal with influencing factors and additional decision-makers.