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Weekly Recap, February 16, 2020

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Here are our favorite sales-enhancing tips from this week's Selling Energy Blogs...

Weekly Recap, February 16, 2020
Monday: Sales professionals are often kept on their toes and expected to be on top of every new development in the field. The trick is integrating those changes into their day-to-day lives.

Tuesday: The most successful sales professionals aren't afraid to step outside of their comfort zone (regardless of whether they're actually comfortable doing it).

Wednesday: Think about how you interact with your prospects. Are you going from the outside in or from the inside out? In my experience, emotions are essential.

Thursday: If you are hoping to redefine and supercharge your value proposition, you’ll want to consider bringing up non-utility-cost financial benefits.

Friday: How do you build rapport with your prospect? Here are a few key concepts that, when put into practice, will help build rapport with your prospect.

Saturday: No sales professional wants his or her customers to be unhappy. You should expect complaints and feedback in order to earn their trust and build rapport.

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Posted by Mark Jewell