You already know that staying on top of your sales game requires a strong work ethic, great organizational skills, commitment and drive. It also requires professional sales skills development and strong internal motivational attitudes. Two tough components to acquire in a no-time world fraught with business challenges and disappointment.
The feedback I received was beyond encouraging. The incoming commentary really reinforced what I was hoping to achieve. To have a conversation with a salesperson, about selling. I wanted to bring my readers into my situation so I was speaking with them, not to them and share what I’ve learned about selling in an authentic and humorous manner.
Ultimately I had to make a decision as to how to manage my story lessons and The Weekly Sales Beast was born. A series of weekly applicable sales lessons you can implement or avoid in your own territory or marketplace.
Each piece I write in The Weekly Sales Beast tackles a single aspect or situation most frontline sales people encounter, and always something I’ve experienced personally, somewhere in my selling career. As a subscriber, you’ll benefit from my experiences while you relate it to your own.
You’ve probably seen too many data-dump sources in the sales world where tips and systems are bulleted out and are nearly impossible to duplicate, initiate or substantiate. Quickly filed away under “I’ll never look at this again”. The Weekly Sales Beast is different; it’s NOT a dry and academic read. It’s a 5-minute mentor. Each week, a thousand word story arrives in your email box in a clean non-commercial design that will take you 5 minutes to absorb, not including the time you will spend laughing.
You will feel connected and you’ll be amused as… Read more…