The Secret to Prospecting Success – Don’t Sell

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The Secret to Prospecting Success – Don’t Sellcoaching salespeople, cold calling, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on February 23, 2014 with 5 comments

Think about the initial objective of your prospecting efforts. If you think the goal is to close a sale, deliver a presentation, submit a proposal or schedule an appointment, think again. Ask anyone who has to prospect or cold call in order to generate new business what their initial objective is when making that first …

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What You Sell Is NOT a Commodity! (A Laxative for Pipeline Constipation)

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What You Sell Is NOT a Commodity! (A Laxative for Pipeline Constipation)Accountability, coaching salespeople, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on February 9, 2014 with 2 comments

How often do you feel you lose a sale to your competition because of price or budget? What if your belief around your product is actually creating the very objections you hear, which are sabotaging your sales? If you think your product is a commodity, think again. Here’s an opportunity for you to reinvent and …

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9 Steps to Kicking Fear in the Teeth & Making it Your Ally

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9 Steps to Kicking Fear in the Teeth & Making it Your AllyLive Responsibly: Life Tips, Great Living, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on November 16, 2013 with 6 comments

While often considered our greatest nemesis that prevents us from achieving more, what if fear became your greatest teacher that could make you unstoppable? Here’s a nine-step process to use every day in order to eradicate the old programming you have around fear and transform it from being your adversary to your most powerful ally. …

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Profit Builders Named a Top 20 Training Company for 2013

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Profit Builders Named a Top 20 Training Company for 2013Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on October 24, 2013 with 0 comment

Keith Rosen’s company, Profit Builders, was named one of Selling Power’s Top 20 Training Companies for 2013. Feedback from each company’s clients played a much greater role in this year’s selection process than in previous years. The five criteria used for selection on the list were: 1) depth and breadth of training offered, 2) innovative …

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The Real Cause of a Lost Sale May Be All in Your Imagination

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The Real Cause of a Lost Sale May Be All in Your Imaginationsales articles, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on September 22, 2013 with 4 comments

Think of the objections you hear that prevent you from closing sales. Are you hearing these reasons directly from your prospects & customers or is it all in your imagination? Discover the leading cause of lost sales, pipeline constipation, missed sales targets and forecast inaccuracy. Whether it’s around your sales efforts, during a conversation with …

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Are You Selling the Wrong Product?

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Are You Selling the Wrong Product?Sales Training, training for managers

by Keith Rosen on August 3, 2013 with 2 comments

When prospecting, you sell a very different product than what you think your clients end up paying for. Do you know how to sell the right product at the right time? Here’s the visual. You’re in prospecting mode. Whether you’re about to walk into a place of business looking for new clients or pick up …

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[Video] Abandon Your Role as Chief Problem Solver

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[Video] Abandon Your Role as Chief Problem SolverSales Training

by Keith Rosen on July 25, 2013 with 0 comment

If you want to empower your people to take ownership of their respective roles and be effective at handling their own challenges, transition from the Chief Problem Solver who has to fix everything to the Chief Problem Solver who Coaches their people to their own solutions. Otherwise, you’ll continue to create what every manager wants …

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How to Coach the Short-Term Players on Your Team

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How to Coach the Short-Term Players on Your TeamSales Coaching, Sales Training

by Keith Rosen on June 15, 2013 with 0 comment

How do you justify investing the time developing your inside salespeople to consider long-term sales careers when so many of them are just waiting to be promoted to their next position? Simple. You still do it. Actually it’s not “Either-Or,” there’s an “And,” as well as a third critical component to uncovering motivation which will …

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