By Jeff Beals Remember that closing a sale involves a series of small commitments before you get the big commitment to buy. These little commitments are sometimes referred to as “miniature closes.” By simply agreeing to meet you, a prospect makes a mini commitment,...
By Jeff Beals On separate occasions I recently met with two small business owners. These guys don’t know each other but they have a lot in common: Despite great effort, neither is happy with their revenue. Both companies are “getting by” but are far from thriving. A...
By Jeff Beals Do you want to be more effective at closing deals? If so, you might need to change your way of thinking, because closing is actually “an act of service.” So says sales consultant James Muir in his special report, The 7 Deadly Sins of Closing and the...
By Jeff Beals During a sales seminar last week, I asked the attendees a question: “What is your least favorite or most intimidating part of the sales process?” It’s a question I commonly ask sales professionals toward the beginning of a presentation. And regardless of...
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