[Video] Zig Ziglar Tribute # 6 – Leaders Who Zig Admired That Made An Impact On Him

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[Video] Zig Ziglar Tribute # 6 – Leaders Who Zig Admired That Made An Impact On HimInterviews, Videos

by Keith Rosen on March 3, 2013 with 2 comments

Zig Ziglar talks to Keith Rosen about who his mentors and heroes were growing up and the impact they made on him. Zig shares stories about his youth and lessons from his first boss. He also discusses the importance of having good mentor in your life. Working in a grocery store at a very young …

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[Video] Zig Ziglar Tribute # 5 – Spirituality in Selling?

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[Video] Zig Ziglar Tribute # 5 – Spirituality in Selling?Interviews, Videos

by Keith Rosen on February 22, 2013 with 1 comment

Zig Ziglar shares with Keith Rosen why he believes there is a place for spirituality in the sales profession. During the process of developing the right interview questions to ask Zig during our time together back in 2009, out of sheer curiosity, I happened to find my way onto Amazon.com to see where his most …

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When Prospecting, How Much Initial Qualification Is Enough?

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When Prospecting, How Much Initial Qualification Is Enough?cold calling

by Keith Rosen on November 16, 2009 with 3 comments

When prospecting, how much initial qualification is enough before taking the next step in your selling process? Discover how qualifying like a pro saves you time while allowing you to focus on the more promising prospects. I received the following question from a salesperson the other day who was struggling when it came to qualifying …

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To Tweet or Not To Tweet? If That’s The Question, The Answer is – Know Your ObjectivesAmerican Entitlement, Business Coaching, Business Tools, Communication, Marketing, sales tools

by Keith Rosen on November 10, 2009 with 2 comments

Follow me on Twitter here. “Should I be tweeting, Keith?” This question comes up more and more when speaking with clients. Since there are several factors to consider when answering this, my response to this question are additional exploratory questions that guide a conversation to help individuals and companies determine whether it makes sense for …

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Pre-Judging vs. Pre-Qualifying Your Prospects and Clients

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Pre-Judging vs. Pre-Qualifying Your Prospects and ClientsProspecting, Cold Calling and Networking

by Keith Rosen on May 1, 2009 with 0 comment

Knowing the difference between pre-qualifying and pre-judging your prospects and clients is critical. If you’re pre-judging them, you’re already creating a self-imposed barrier to more sales and selling opportunities. To permanently eliminate any confusion, lets draw a distinction between what it means to pre-qualify and pre-judge someone such as a prospect. If you read my …

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8 Steps to Better Manage Your Career – And Your Manager

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8 Steps to Better Manage Your Career – And Your ManagerCareer Advice

by Keith Rosen on April 29, 2008 with 0 comment

Hate your boss but love your job? These 8 steps will give you more control over your career and more influence with your boss. Unfortunately, with all of the resources, news, studies and empirical evidence that demonstrates how traditional management tactics do not work, supporting the need for managers to evolve and change the way …

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What Do You Coach When Coaching Salespeople? Coach the Gap

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What Do You Coach When Coaching Salespeople? Coach the Gapcoaching salespeople, Sales Management

by Keith Rosen on March 14, 2008 with 0 comment

A common question from managers,  “How do I recognize the right coaching moment?” Regardless of the topic, skill, problem or mindset you’ve identified as a possible focal point in your coaching, there is one model that’s always applicable in every coaching scenario. It also happens to be the very thing each coaching opportunity has in …

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When Selling, Listen for the Gap

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When Selling, Listen for the GapHow To Close The Sale, How To Sell and Sales Tips

by Keith Rosen on December 20, 2006 with 0 comment

Everyone knows that listening is important—especially in sales. But what do you listen for? You listen for the gap. Only after identifying the gap will you know how to help your customers get to where they want to be, even if they can’t see it on their own. Excerpt from The Complete Idiot’s Guide to …

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