How many things do you mean to do, but never get around to? Think about it - personally and professionally - how many things do you mean to do, know that you should do, but just never make the time for?
This week Stephen Schiffman teaches us about something most sales professionals mean to do, but never get around to actually doing. Let's take a closer look at the importance of calling or writing your prospects after a visit. Otherwise known has, "Support Your Visit the Next Day."
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It really surprises me how few people read publications that are focused on the industry they are in. By not reading industry publications, you're really being left out of the loop. It's like your industry is moving all around you and you have no idea what's going on.
By reading industry publications, you're in the know. You're more intelligent about what's going on in your industry. You can have deeper, more meaningful conversations with your peers and your clients. You show that you take your profession seriously which in turn creates respect and trustworthiness.
It's important to always be on the lookout for new business. Most of us know this but we don't always put ourselves out there where we can find new clients. Find out the one thing you must do to make sure you're always making new contacts in this week’s Chasing Excellence video.
So hit the play button and watch Rick Floyd discuss habit #19 of ‘The 25 Sales Habits of Highly Successful Salespeople’ by Stephan Schiffman.
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